Pakistan wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan has described his team’s bowling attack as the best in the world. Bowlers like Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf, Hasan Ali and Shadab have done well for Pakistan. Rizwan’s statement came ahead of Pakistan’s three-match rescheduled ODI series against West Indies starting June 8. Rizwan, one of Pakistan’s best batsmen in the limited overs format, said that even the English players admire Pakistan’s bowlers.
“Our bowling attack is the best in the world,” Rizwan, who is playing county cricket with the Sussexes in England, told reporters. It feels really good when I hear some English players praising our bowlers.
Rizwan was also seen playing alongside Indian Cheteshwar Pujara and spent a lot of time learning the art of batting patiently from the right-handed batsman. Rizwan said, “I spoke to Pujara about cricket in the County Championship and learned a lot from him.
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“The weather is hot without a doubt, but that’s no excuse for us, we’ve been playing in different challenging conditions since the Under-19s,” he added.