Rizwan unbeaten 79 steers Pakistan to record win against Namibia

ABU DHABI - Pakistan’s Muhammad Rizwan played a key role in masterminded Pakistan fourth consecutive 45 runs victory against Namibia in the ICC Men’s Cricket T20 World Cup played at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi when his hammered a cracking unbeaten 79 runs of 50 balls here on Tuesday. 

Muhammad Rizwan, who was also declared as Man of the Match, fluently hit all the Namibia bowlers all around the ground and receiving thundering applauses from the sitting spectators. Muhammad Rizwan struck an unbeaten 79 runs including four sixes and eight dashing boundaries. 

Thus Pakistan favorite Pakistan defeated Namibia by runs 45 for the fourth consecutive victory. Batting heavily against Namibia, Pakistan piled up 190-run target for victory, which Namibia continues to bat in an attempt to overcome but failed.  

In the Super 12 match being played in Abu Dhabi, the captain of the national team Babar Azam won the toss and decided to bat first. For the national team, captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan started the innings cautiously and batting first gave the team a good start of 113 runs first wicket partnership. Both batsmen also completed their much needed half-centuries.   


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