He didn't keep the wickets in fifth T20I due to swelling on his back
Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan received a blow on his back while batting in the fifth T20i against England.
The 30-year-old scored 46-ball 63, where he hit three maximums and two boundaries. While taking a quick single, England's Dawid Malan threw Rizwan's back. He didn't keep the wickets due to swelling on his back.
Youngster Mohammad Haris took the responsibility of keeping behind the wickets in his absence.
According to sources, the No.1 ranked T20I batter is now fully fit and will be available for sixth T20I, scheduled tomorrow. He has now recovered from back pain
Mohammad Rizwan has scored the most runs in the series so far. Rizwan has managed to score a total of 315 runs with four half-centuries in five matches, which is most by any player in a bilateral T20I series and is the first to score 300+ runs in a T20I series. He overtook Serbia's Leslie Dunbar, who scored 284 runs against Bulgaria in 2022.