Cricket News: Mohammad Rizwan has talked about his visit to the healing center earlier to the semi-final series against Australia. He went through two days within the Intensive Care Unit. Prior, to the all-important semi-finals after he complained of severe chest pain. Rizwan revealed terrifying revelations in a video posted by Pakistan Cricket. Also, regarding his health and his hospitalization.
“When I went to the hospital, I wasn’t breathing. The doctor’s kept telling me I’ll soon be discharged but I ended up staying two days in ICU. One of the nurses told me that had I been 20 minutes late in reaching the hospital, both my windpipe would have burst,” Mohammad Rizwan said.
“They used to conduct regular tests but the constant thought in my mind was that I’ll soon get fit to play the match. The doctor told me that he wanted me to play the semi-final for Pakistan which gave me a boost,” Rizwan added.
Mohammad Rizwan is not only featured in the semi-final. But also ended up being the top scorer for his side. He scored a 52-ball 67. However, his contribution went in vain as Australia chased down 177. With an over to spare to book their place in the final. Rizwan’s progress as a T20 batter is one of the most fascinating stories of our time. From being considered a Test specialist to becoming the first batter to score 1000+ runs, he has accomplished a lot. He has come a long way in the shortest format of a calendar year.
Moreover, Mohammad Rizwan was thanked Richard Pybus, Inzamam-ul-Haq, and Shahid Aslam for their stellar contributions. It has led to him becoming one of the most consistent batters in the format.
Cricket News, “This record is dedicated to all of Pakistan. I have always taken criticism as motivation. I would like to thank a few people who have played a key role in me making this record. Richard Pybus, Inzi Bhai (Inzamam-ul-Haq), and Shahid Aslam have played a crucial role in my achieving success in T20 cricket,” Rizwan said.