Mohammad Rizwan hit an unbeaten 78, laying the foundation of Pakistan’s 155-run win over Hong Kong on Friday, which saw them qualify for the Super 4 phase of the ongoing Asia Cup. Rizwan was named ‘Man of the Match’ for his thump. During the post-match press-conference, Rizwan made an exceptional interest for Pakistan, which has been hit by extreme floods. A ton of harm has been caused to the vocations of individuals in Pakistan, and the quantity of dead has crossed the 1,200-mark. Rizwan asked everybody to join together and pray for Pakistan in these tough times.
“I need to make one request. Pakistan has been hit by floods and a ton of salvage work is continuing at present. I demand everybody to help individuals of Pakistan, who are in a difficult situation because of the floods. I encourage everybody from Pakistan, and different regions of the planet to petition God for individuals, and ideally things can get better soon,” Rizwan said.
Against Hong Kong, Pakistan scored 193-2 with Rizwan (78 not out) and Fakhar Zaman (53) putting on 116 after being invited to bat first on a slow and low Sharjah pitch.
Pakistan spinners Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz then, at that point, shared seven wickets to package out Hong Kong for 38 in 10.4 overs and win by 155 runs.
It was Hong Kong’s least T20 global complete after their 69 against Nepal in 2014 and furthermore the most minimal against Pakistan, who had bowled out West Indies for 60 of every 2018.
Pakistan join Afghanistan, India and Sri Lanka in cycle two of the six-country competition that goes about as a check up to the T20 World Cup in October-November in Australia.
Pakistan will take on most outstanding adversaries India in their most memorable match of the Super 4 phase.
The two groups met before during the Group stage, with India enrolling a five-wicket win.