RAWALPINDI: Wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan has given a clear answer to the critics by scoring his first century in Test cricket.

According to the details, Mohammad Rizwan has scored a magnificent century in the Rawalpindi Test. This is his first Test century in Test cricket. Mohammad Rizwan scored 100 off 185 balls with the help of 12 fours. He also scored a century for Pakistan in the Test match. Became the seventh wicket-keeper-batsman.

Young wicketkeeper Muhammad Rizwan played an unbeaten innings of 115 runs and remained unbeaten while Noman Ali scored 45 valuable runs. Noman Ali and Mohammad Rizwan shared a record 93 runs in the ninth wicket partnership. With a 53-run partnership, the team played an important role in reaching the big total.

It should be noted that Muhammad Rizwan played an excellent innings of 61 runs for the troubled national team in the Christchurch Test against New Zealand in December last year. With this half-century, Muhammad Rizwan scored five consecutive half-centuries outside Asia. He set the record and surpassed former batsmen Ganguly, Dravid, Sangakkara, and Zaheer Abbas.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Muhammad Rizwan has scored two half-centuries against England and three half-centuries against New Zealand, as well as a half-century in the recent series between Pakistan and South Africa.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Muhammad Rizwan has also been awarded the Test Cricketer of the Year award by the PCB.

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