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Pak vs NZ: Injury puts Rizwan’s availability for T20I series in doubt

Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan performs a shot throughout a match. — AFP/File

In a regarding growth for the Pakistan cricket staff, Mohammad Rizwan’s availability for the remaining matches of the continuing T20I collection towards New Zealand is doubtful because of the wicket-keeper batsman’s hamstring harm.

Rizwan, a key top-order participant for the nationwide aspect, suffered the harm in the course of the third T20I towards the Black Caps in Rawalpindi on Sunday whereby he whizzed previous Virat Kohli and Babar Azam’s information by scoring the quickest 3,000 runs in T20 Worldwide cricket whereas that includes in his 79th T20I innings.

The staff administration would possibly attain any choice over the right-handed batter’s availability at present after reviewing his scans.

The event comes after Inexperienced Shirts’ wicket-keeper batsman Azam Khan was dominated out of the NZ collection after experiencing discomfort in his proper calf throughout a follow session.

Based on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the cricketer was suggested to undertake a 10-day relaxation following radiology stories confirming a Grade One tear of his proper calf muscle.

It have to be famous that New Zealand made a surprising comeback within the five-match T20I collection courtesy of Mark Chapman who led the guests to victory within the third T20I match performed on Sunday.

The collection is now levelled at 1-1 with two remaining matches set to be performed in Lahore on April 25 and 27.

Earlier than that, the nationwide aspect thrashed guests within the second T20I to safe seven-wicket on April 20 after the Black Caps have been bowled out for simply 90 runs in 18.1 overs.

The primary match of the collection was washed out as a consequence of rain.



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