Rizwan vowed to end the career of this Pakistani player? big reveal

Sensational claim of former Pakistan cricketer Sikander Bakht, said- Mohammad Rizwan has said that he will not allow Sarfaraz Ahmed to return.

Sikandar Bakht’s big claim on Mohammad Rizwan

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Former Pakistan cricketers often make such statements in the media, after which there is a stir all around. Something similar has happened after the revelations of former Pakistan fast bowler Sikander Bakht. Sikander Bakht has revealed that Mohammed Rizwan Has said that he will never allow Sarfaraz Ahmed to return. Let us tell you that Sarfaraz Ahmed is running out of the Pakistani team and he has not been given a chance in the T20 World Cup squad.

Sensational statement of Sikander Bakht

Former Pakistan fast bowler Sikander Bakht said in a conversation with Geo Super, ‘Sarfaraz will not be able to play now. Our cricket community is small and we get to know a lot. A cricketer told me that Rizwan said that I will never let Sarfaraz come. Because when Sarfaraz was there, he did not let Rizwan play. Now the opposite will happen. I have heard this. May be I am wrong.

Sarfaraz is out for 10 months

Let us tell you that Sarfaraz Ahmed is out of the Pakistani team for the last 10 months. This player played the last match against Bangladesh in Mirpur on November 22, 2021. Now Rizwan is a regular wicketkeeper-batsman of Pakistan. His performance in T20 cricket is good and he is also an integral part of ODI and Test team. Before the selection of the T20 World Cup squad, Sarfaraz had definitely strengthened his selection claim by performing well in the National T20 Cup, but a young wicketkeeper Haris was given a place in the team in his place.

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Mohammad Rizwan’s figures are such that Sarfaraz’s comeback is really difficult. Mohammad Rizwan so far Pakistan He has scored 1232 runs in 24 Tests at an average of over 41. Rizwan has a batting average of more than 51 in T20s and has scored more than 2000 runs with his bat, including a century and 17 half-centuries.