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Mohammad Rizwan Goes Past Babar, Kohli to set major record in T20Is

In a thrilling display of skill and determination, Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batter Mohammad Rizwan shattered records during the second T20I against New Zealand. He carved his name in cricketing history by becoming the fastest batter to reach 3000 runs in T20 Internationals (T20Is), surpassing his own captain, Babar Azam, and the legendary Virat Kohli.

Rizwan’s remarkable achievement came in just 79 innings, eclipsing the previous joint record held by Kohli and Azam, who both reached the milestone in 81 innings. His match-winning performance, highlighted by a composed 45-run knock against New Zealand, showcased his prowess as a formidable force in the T20 format.

While Rizwan basked in the glory of his achievement, all eyes turned to Babar Azam, who is inching closer to Kohli’s record for the most runs in T20I cricket. Azam’s consistent contributions have placed him third among the highest run-scorers in the format, with 3,698 runs to his name.

As Pakistan celebrated Rizwan’s historic feat, their collective bowling effort also played a crucial role in the team’s victory over New Zealand. The Pakistani bowlers’ disciplined performance restricted New Zealand to a meager total, paving the way for Rizwan and the batsmen to chase down the target with ease.

With Pakistan’s comprehensive win in the second T20I, the spotlight remains on Rizwan and Azam as they continue to rewrite records and lead Pakistan’s charge in T20I cricket. Their stellar performances have solidified their positions as key players in the team’s lineup and ambassadors of the sport.

As the series progresses, fans eagerly anticipate more fireworks from Rizwan, Azam, and the rest of the Pakistan squad. With each game, they aim to further entrench themselves in cricketing history and inspire future generations with their remarkable talent and dedication.

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