(Video) Rizwan's shadow-practice shots strikingly similar to those unleashed in the middle


Aryan Surana

It was a chase that would be written about in the annals of Pakistan's cricket with golden letters. After all, they scripted an epoch-making first-ever win over neighbours India in the history of the World Cup. One of the chief architects of their win was opener Mohammad Rizwan, who played a calculated knock of 79 as Pakistan romped home with all ten wickets intact. ICC posted a clip of the right-hander going through the motions before the match, and the shots he unfurls during the shadow practice are interestingly similar to those he later executes in the middle. See it to believe it!