Pakistan and England are playing against each other in the final of the 20-20 World Cup in 2022. English skipper Jos Buttler has decided to bowl first after winning the flip of the coin. Batting first, Pakistan’s batting lineup is struggling at the score of 130 runs after losing seven wickets. The opening pair of skipper Babar Azam and star batter Mohammad Rizwan could add only 29 runs for the first wicket.

Mohammad Rizwan was expected to repeat his semi-final heroics against New Zealand, but the 30-year-old failed to deliver up to the expectations in the all-important title clash between England and Pakistan. Star wicketkeeper-batter could score only 15 runs off 14 balls with only one boundary to his name and fell prey to the young pacer Sam Curran in the fifth over of the Pakistan innings.

Some of the cricket fans were not happy with Rizwan’s outing in such an important match of the 20-20 World Cup for the men in green. They took to Twitter for lashing out at Rizwan:

Here’s how fans trolled Mohammad Rizwan:

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Speaking of the match, Pakistan has played the first innings at the time of filling this copy. Babar’s men have posted a total of 137 runs for the loss of eight wickets. Skipper Babar Azam and senior batter Shan Masood played the individual knocks of 32 and 38 runs respectively to reach this total.

Young all-rounder Sam Curran has picked three wickets out by conceding only 12 runs in his quota of four overs with a brilliant economy rate of 3.00. Other than Curran, Adil Rashid and Chris Jordan also scalped two wickets each. Test skipper and veteran all-rounder Ben Stokes also claimed one wicket to his name by conceding 32 runs in four overs.

Interestingly, English player Liam Livingstone took two catches in the match for his team. Livingstone caught three Pakistan batters including the likes of Shan Masood, Mohammad Nawaz, and Mohammad Wasim.

‘TUK TUK TUK’ – Fans troll Mohammad Rizwan for his poor outing in the 20-20 World Cup 2022