Mohammad Rizwan praises Sarfaraz’s presence in the squad. Read, Why?
Mohammad Rizwan, the wicket-keeping batsman, revealed that he feels no pressure on himself until or unless Sarfaraz Ahmed is the part of the squad.
“Sarfaraz Ahmed’s presence creates an atmosphere of competition between both of us. I feel no pressure due to him being in the side,” Rizwan said while talking to reporters from Derby.
“There’s always two-wicket keepers whenever the team is traveling on a big tour. I am myself a big fan of Sarfaraz and try to learn from him as much I can,” he added revealing that there always must be two wicket-keepers when traveling abroad in case of emergence occurring. He also said that he learns many things from the veteran wicket-keeper, Sarfaraz.
“Wicket-keeper batsman has to be on his toes if the situation demands to bat up or lower down the order. It’s a different kind of job, however, I am ready to bat at any position for my team,” he maintained saying that he is ready to bat whatever position he will be fixed to.
Praising England’s facilities given to players, he said that the minor things are even provided to them in the suffering times that helps a player putting his efforts in the net at any period.
“In these difficult times of COVID-19, best facilities are being provided in England. If a player wants to put extra effort at nets, he can do it at any time,” he added.
Rizwan is unaware of the criticism he receives ahead of the competition between him and Sarfaraz as he keeps away himself from social media.
“I don’t use social media accept from Whatsapp, whether I am on the tour or not. So, I don’t know about the criticism I received on it,” he added.