What message has Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan sent to his critics?

Mohammad Rizwan sends loud and clear message to his critics Pakistan cricket

Mohammad Rizwan: “I hope that Allah will guide people who criticise me and I don’t know who is criticising me”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan said “I hope that Allah will guide people who criticise me” when asked about his critics.

This comes after Rizwan put up a gutsy performance on the second day, which was curtailed by rain and bad light, as he struck an unbeaten 60.

Rizwan’s 60 came off 116 balls and included five boundaries. As a result of it, Pakistan finished on 223/9.

The 28-year-old pointed out that he doesn’t “know who is criticising me” and added that “I only care about my cricket”.

“I hope that Allah will guide people who criticise me and I don’t know who is criticising me,” he was quoted as saying by PakPassion. “I only care about my cricket, and I am leaving all results to the Almighty. I try my best and that’s all I know.”

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