The second match of the 3-match Test series between Australia and Pakistan is underway in Melbourne from December 26. In this encounter, Pakistani wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan has pulled off a remarkable catch.

Melbourne: The second Test between Australia and Pakistan is being played in Melbourne from December 26. This Test is also known as the Boxing Day Test. Pakistan’s captain Shan Masood decided to bowl first after winning the toss in this Test. No Australian batsman managed to score a century in their innings. However, they were successful in posting a total of 318 runs. Despite that, the experienced Pakistani wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan made a stunning catch in the first innings. His catch is garnering widespread praise, and the video of Rizwan’s catch has gone viral on social media.

Mohammad Rizwan took an unbelievable catch.

In fact, during the 83rd over of Australia’s innings, Pakistani pace sensation Shaheen Afridi was bowling. On the second ball of his over, Australia’s wicketkeeper-batsman Alex Carey was at the strike. On Shahin’s delivery, Carey wanted to drive the ball. However, he mistimed the shot, and the ball took the inner edge of his bat, heading towards Rizwan’s straight hand. Although the ball was quite low, almost touching the ground, Rizwan made an excellent dive, capturing an outstanding catch with his right hand. Although the catch was challenging, Rizwan’s remarkable dive made it look easy. Everyone was amazed by his catch, and the video of it is creating a buzz on social media.

Pakistan’s most successful bowler in the match was Amir Jamal. He bowled a total of 19 overs in the first innings, giving away 64 runs and taking 3 wickets. Amir dismissed Marcus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, and Captain Pat Cummins. In addition to him, Shaheen Afridi, Mir Hamza, and Hasan Ali took 2-2 wickets each. Salman Ali Agha also secured one success. For Australia, Marcus Labuschagne was the highest run-scorer with 63 runs.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *