Mohammad Rizwan Bio

Mohammad Rizwan is a Pakistani cricketer who was born in Peshawar, North West Frontier Province, on June 1, 1992. He is a talented wicketkeeper as well as a right-handed batsman.


Rizwan has played cricket for the Pakistan national team, Lahore Qalandars, Pakistan A, Pakistan Under-19s, Pakistan Under-23s, Peshawar Panthers, and Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited.

His results were excellent, and he performed them with athletic dexterity.


Rizwan made his Test debut at Seddon Park against New Zealand on November 25, 2016, his ODI debut at Shere Bangla National Stadium against Bangladesh on April 17, 2015, and his T20 debut at Shere Bangla National Stadium against Bangladesh on April 24, 2015.

He worked admirably in international matches and proved to be a valuable teammate.

There was a lot of speculation about his position on the squad. He was not chosen for the Caribbean tour in early 2017.

Rise to Glory

His winning performances include an 87-ball 103-run innings that helped the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Fighters win the Pentangular One-Day Cup, as well as a respectable 67 off 58 balls.

Low Points

In 2017, Rizwan was no longer allowed to join the national team. Since then, he’s been training tirelessly with domestic teams to regain his place on the national team.

Club Career

Rizwan has represented Peshawar Panthers, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, Lahore Qalandars, Sylhet Sixers, and Karachi Kings in cricket.

He is currently a member of the cricket teams of Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited and Sylhet Sixers.

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