It is a known fact that the wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan is often criticized for his inability to clear the ropes regularly. Particularly, it comes under the scanner when it comes to playing T20 cricket as the agile cricketer possesses a modest strike-rate of 115.41, which falls below the required standard.
Even his Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Karachi Kings isn’t willing to play him as a first choice wicket-keeper. Amid all this, the 27-year old cricketer was found annoyed with questions regarding him getting proper chances to prove his credentials in the shortest format of the game.
While interacting with media, Rizwan said that he’s unable to digest the narrative about him not being a power-hitter. The skillful batsman highlighted the games of Pakistan A against teams from England and New Zealand, where he struck as many as 19 sixes, to remind everyone about his prowess. Not only that, he was frustrated to not get a chance to bat in the top-order.