WI vs PAK 1st Test: Pakistani wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan trapped near boundary line – Video

Pakistani star cricketer Mohammad Rizwan has been making a lot of headlines for his batting and excellent wicketkeeping. On the fourth day of the first Test of the two-match series against the West Indies, Rizwan Jomel was impressed with the way Verichan caught. Rizwan, who was keeping the wicket, took the catch to a third-person boundary line. It was the ninth wicket of the West Indies and, in such a situation, it was confident that Pakistan would win the match, but this did not happen and the West Indies won a wicket.

Hasan Ali was bowling and it was the fourth delivery of the 53rd over of the West Indies’ second innings. Hassan tried to play a hover shot on his short ball, but the ball did not hit the bat well and took the edge off the bat and flew into the air. The ball went into the Third Man area and four people ran to take the catch. Rizwan quickly swung the distance from the wicketkeeping position to the third man area, keeping an eye on the ball and eventually taking a spectacular catch by diving. The catch was of great importance to Pakistan. West Indies lost by 9 wickets for 151 runs.

After this, Jaden Seals and Kemar Roach led the team together and Pakistan lost by one wicket. Pakistan scored 217 in the first innings, the hosts were bowled out for 253 and captain Craig Brath White played a magnificent 97 runs. After that, Pakistan scored 203 in the second innings and gave West Indies a target of 168. West Indies won the match by 168 runs for 9 wickets. Jaden Seals won the Man of the Match award. Seals took three in the first innings and five in the second innings.

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