Mohammad Rizwan, the wicketkeeper batsman for Pakistan, may be in danger when his doctor confirmed that he was injected with a forbidden chemical prior to the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 semi-final against Australia. The doctor went on to say that ICC had already given its clearance.
I need to acquire authorization from the ICC to inject that medicine to assist you recuperate because you were unable to breathe. Normally, it is forbidden for athletes, but because we had no other choice, we had to get authorization from the ICC to inject that medicine,” Dr Soomro stated in an interview with Rizwan.
Doctor Najeebullah Soomro of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) conducted the interview, and the two discussed Rizwan’s ‘ordeal’ ahead of the World Cup semi-final match against Australia on November 3. Rizwan hammered a lot of runs during the event, with scores like 79, 33, 8, 79. In the meanwhile, he hit 67 against Australia in the semi-final, which his team lost by 5 wickets.
Pakistan players have become identified with immoral conduct throughout the years. It doesn’t matter if it’s doping or match fixing. Rizwan’s instance is likely to gain traction in the coming days. In 2021, the cricketer has been in outstanding form, being the only batter to score 1000 T20I runs in a calendar year. Aaqib Javed, a notable cricketer, even claimed that the batter is better than India’s Rishabh Pant.