Mohammad Rizwan certainly led Pakistan to victory, but also registered an embarrassing T20 World Cup record.

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Pakistan team has finally tasted victory in T20 World Cup 2024. After losing against USA and India, Pakistan team won against Canada. With this win, Pakistan is likely to reach Super 8. Mohammad Rizwan did the job of winning Pakistan in this match. He certainly led his team to victory, but also registered an embarrassing record in T20 World Cup history. Wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan has scored the slowest half-century in the history of T20 World Cup.

Actually Mohammad Rizwan played only 53 runs in 53 balls against Canada. He hit only two fours and one six during this innings. He played according to the situation and opened the batting and returned after leading the team to victory. However, in the meantime, a shameful record was recorded in his name. Mohammad Rizwan T20 World Cup He became the first player in the history of cricket to complete a half-century in more than 50 balls. He scored a 52-ball half-century against Canada, the slowest half-century in T20 World Cup history, coming even slower than Miller.

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Till now this record was held by South African batsman David Miller. He completed his half-century in 50 balls against Netherlands at the same ground. However, you may be surprised to know that earlier the record for the slowest half century in T20 World Cup in 2007 and 2010 was held by Devon Smith and David Hussey. Both these batsmen completed half-centuries in 49 balls in T20 World Cup matches. However, David Miller and Mohammad Rizwan went even further. Both of them have played 50 or more balls.

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