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T20 World Cup: “Hero” Rizwan is praised after his viral photo from ICU.

Mohammad Rizwan, a former Pakistani cricketer, was seen in intensive care at a hospital. The image went viral and has won the hearts of Pakistani cricket lovers.

After their five-wicket defeat to Australia, the doctor confirmed that the Pakistani batter scored 67 runs.

Shoaib Akhtar, a legendary fast bowler, praised the cricketer’s dedication and commitment to his country on Twitter.

“Imagine this man giving his all for his country and playing his best. He said that he was in the hospital for two days.

“Massive respect Mohammad Rizwan.”

Due to fever, Rizwan and Shoaib Malik, a veteran, remained in doubt for the game.

“Mohammad Rizwan was hospitalized after he developed a severe chest infection. “He spent two nights in ICU recuperating,” Pakistan’s team physician Najeeb SOMROO had stated.

He made a remarkable recovery and was fit for the match. We can see his determination and tenacity, which shows his passion for performing for the country. We can also see his performance today.

He added that the entire team management had made the decision about his health. This was about the morale of the entire team, and we therefore kept it within the group.

Rizwan’s 52-ball run and key partnerships, including a 72-run stand with Fakhar Zman (who made an unbeaten 55), helped Pakistan reach 176-4.

Captain Babar Azam made 39 runs to lead the tournament’s batsman’s chart with 303 runs. He also praised his partner’s “exceptional” attitude.

“Definitely, he’s a team guy. Babar said that he was extraordinary in the way he played today.

“When I first saw him, he seemed a bit depressed, but when I inquired about his health, he replied that he would play. He showed that he is a team player by his performance today. His attitude and performance are very impressive, I feel confident.”

Marcus Stoinis (41) and Matthew Wade (41) played an unbeaten stand totalling 81 to propel Australia to Sunday’s final against New Zealand.

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