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Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan equals Rohit Sharma’s huge T20I document | Cricket Information

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Pakistan’s top-order batter Mohammad Rizwan equalled India captain Rohit Sharma’s outstanding document of most half-centuries as an opener in T20 internationals on Tuesday.
Rizwan achieved the feat throughout Pakistan’s commanding seven-wicket overcome Canada within the T20 World Cup encounter on the Nassau County Worldwide Cricket Stadium.
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Pakistan’s prolific wicketkeeper-batter Rizwan and India’s illustrious skipper Rohit have each amassed a powerful tally of 30 fifties as openers within the dynamic 20-over format.Rizwan achieved this important milestone in simply 71 innings, whereas Rohit required 118 innings to succeed in the identical landmark.

Throughout Pakistan’s emphatic win over Canada, Rizwan additionally inadvertently set an undesirable document within the T20 World Cup as he registered the slowest fifty (by balls confronted) within the prestigious occasion.

The 32-year-old veteran consumed 52 deliveries to succeed in his half-century on Tuesday towards Canada in New York. South Africa’s hard-hitting batsman David Miller had the undesirable document earlier than him, having scored a 50-ball half-century towards the Netherlands on this yr’s T20 World Cup.

Pakistan’s charismatic captain Babar Azam occupies the third place on the chart, having scored an excellent 28 fifties as an opener in T20Is. In the meantime, Australia’s explosive batter David Warner has smashed a powerful 27 half-centuries as an opener after that includes in 98 T20I innings.


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