Watch: Hilarious Video Shows Mohammad Rizwan Getting Perplexed On Fan’s Name And Gender

By Daniel S

November 7, 2022

Pakistan have been the luckiest team in the ongoing 20-20 World Cup 2022 as they made it through to the semi-finals after losing their first two games against India and Zimbabwe. With Netherlands kicking South Africa out of the tournament during their clash on November 6, Sunday, the team led by Babar Azam made it through after defeating Bangladesh.

A video, involving Mohammad Rizwan, is now surfacing on the internet where the talented right-handed batter can be seen signing an autograph for a fan. However, there was a hilarious moment when he asked the fan to spell the name ‘Divyanshu’ and said that he was confused if it was a boy or a girl until one of the fans clarified that it was a boy. 

Here’s the video featuring Mohammad Rizwan:


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Looking forward to the semifinals: Babar

After restricting Bangladesh to a meagre total of 127 runs, the Men in Green managed to chase it down within 19 overs and sealed their semi-final berth. For the unversed, Babar’s men will face New Zealand in the first knockout game on Wednesday. Post the win against the Bangla Tigers, Babar admitted Cricket was a fun game and said that his team made it through to the finals only because of teamwork. Lauding youngster Mohammad Haris for his valiance, Babar hoped to give a tough fight in the clash on Wednesday. 

“It’s a team game. Cricket is a funny game. Appreciate all my team the way they played all matches. Pitch wasn’t easy to bat on. Little bit two-paced. Me and Rizwan decided to go long, but unfortunately didn’t work out. Haris showed aggression, good to see him play. Looking forward to the semifinals. All of us are excited to play,” Babar said after the win against Bangladesh. 

As it stands, it remains to see if the Pakistan team would defeat New Zealand in the semi-finals and make it through to the summit clash. The team will do all it takes to tackle the Kiwi pace battery and make it count in the first knockout game.