'Isiliye helicopter se uthwa liya tha' - Mohammad Rizwan trolled heavily after his slow innings in Bangladesh Premier League

The trolls were in action once again as Mohammad Rizwan played yet another slow innings in a Bangladesh Premier League game.

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Mohammad Rizwan (Source: Twitter)

Mohammad Rizwan has been constantly trolled for his approach in the shortest format of the game. Many experts and fans have questioned his abilities as a T20 player, claiming that he does not have the right intent to play the format.


The trolls were in action once again as the wicketkeeper-batter played yet another slow innings in a Bangladesh Premier League game. Playing for the Comilla Victorians against Chattogram Challengers on Monday, Rizwan played a knock of 37 runs in 35 balls.

While the team went on to win the low-scoring match by six wickets, Twitter was not pleased with how things panned out for the Pakistani batter. Fans claimed Rizwan to be a permanent member of "Tuk-Tuk academy".

On the other hand, fans questioned the team's decision to airlift Rizwan to play for them in the tournament. "Isiliye helicopter se uthwa liya tha Bangladesh ne Moulana Rizwan ko," a user wrote on Twitter. "To be fair Rizwan is your true Ambassador," wrote another user.


As for the match, the match between the two teams turned out to be a low scoring one. Batting first at the  Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram, Chattogram Challengers posted a score of 135/8. They had no standout bat performances, with only one batter scoring more than 30 runs.

The team skipper Shuvagata Hom, with 37 runs in 23 balls, was the team's highest run-getter in the match. Afif Hossain was next in line with 29 runs in 21 balls. For the Victorians, Tanvir Islam, Mosaddek Hossain, and Khushdil Shah took two wickets each.

In the chase, Litton Das led his team to a great win. He scored 40 runs in just 22 balls, with four boundaries and three sixes to his name. Rizwan also played a short cameo of 37 runs in 35 balls to help his team through the line. In the end, the Comilla Victorians chased down the target in under 18 overs with six wickets to spare.

Here is how Twitter trolled Mohammad Rizwan

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