Wicketkeeper-batsman talks on mentality in arrangement opener
- Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan conceded that he wasn’t pondering scoring a century for the Green Caps from the outset following his heroics in the primary T20I against South Africa in Lahore.
Rizwan, who turned into the second Pakistan batsman to score a ton in the most limited arrangement after Ahmed Shehzad, scored a game dominating unbeaten century as Babar Azam’s side enlisted a cheeky three-run prevail upon the Proteas in the initial game.
The 28-year-old proceeded to say that he just had his sights set on contributing enough sudden spikes in demand for the scoreboard.
“There was pressure as our best batsman had got run out so early,” the right-gave batsman was cited saying by Cricket Pakistan. “The lone objective in my brain was to score runs for Pakistan and I hadn’t given any idea to my hundred.”
The 28-year-old added: “I was dropped when on 96 and afterward on 98 and never did I feel that I should simply take the simple course and just score enough races to get to my hundred.”
The Peshawar-conceived cricketer was named Player of the Match for his perfect unbeaten 104-run thump and the vital run out of opening batsman Reeza Hendricks, which turned the force in support of Pakistan.