Rizwan made a specific appeal for Pakistan during the news conference that took place after the match. Pakistan has been severely impacted by floods. There has been a significant amount of disruption to the ways in which people in Pakistan make their livings.
Mohammad Rizwan notched 78 runs without being dismissed on Friday, laying the groundwork for Pakistan’s victory over Hong Kong by 155 runs. This victory allowed Pakistan to advance to the Super 4 stage of the ongoing Asia Cup. Due to his knock, Rizwan was awarded the title of “Man of the Match.” Rizwan made a specific appeal for Pakistan during the news conference that took place after the match. Pakistan has been severely impacted by floods. People in Pakistan have seen a significant hit to their ability to make a living, and the death toll has surpassed the 1,200 mark. During these trying times, Rizwan encouraged everyone to get together and pray for Pakistan.
“I have one request that I would like to make. The country of Pakistan has been struck by floods, and there is a significant amount of rescue work taking place at this time. I beg each and every one of you to lend a helping hand to the people of Pakistan, who are struggling as a result of the floods. I strongly encourage everyone in Pakistan and the rest of the globe to say prayers for the local population, and I have high hopes that things will turn around soon “Rizwan remarked.
After being asked to bat first on a slow and low surface at Sharjah, Pakistan scored 193-2 in their match against Hong Kong, with Rizwan (78 not out) and Fakhar Zaman (53) putting on 116 runs for the first wicket.
After that, Pakistani spinners Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz collaborated to take seven wickets, which led to Hong Kong being dismissed for only 38 runs in 10.4 overs and a victory for Pakistan by 155 runs.
It was Hong Kong’s lowest Twenty20 international total, falling below their previous low of 69 against Nepal in 2014. It was also Hong Kong’s lowest T20 international score against Pakistan, who had previously bowled out West Indies for 60 runs in 2018.
In round two of the six-nation tournament that serves as a warm-up for the Twenty20 World Cup that will be held in Australia in October and November, Pakistan will compete alongside Afghanistan, India, and Sri Lanka.
In Pakistan’s first encounter in the Super 4 stage, they will compete against India, one of their most bitter rivals.
Both teams competed against one another earlier in the Group round, with India coming out on top with a victory by five wickets.
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