Muhammad Rizwan dedicates his Match-winning effort to Palestinian

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Muhammad Rizwan dedicates his Match-winning effort to Palestinian

In a Cricket World Cup run chase record, Pakistan’s cricket team defeated Sri Lanka on Tuesday by six wickets.

Muhammad Rizwan and Abdullah Shafique scored a superb century as the Green Shirts successfully chased down the huge 345-run goal.

The 1992 champions reached the finish line in 48.2 overs after chasing a daunting 345 after Kusal Mendis and Sadeera Samarawickrama hit tons to give Sri Lanka a dominant position. Rizwan scored 131 runs without being out while Abdullah got 113.

With 329 runs against England in the 2011 World Cup, Ireland held the previous record for the largest run chase.

The wicketkeeper batter shared his game-winning effort with the oppressed Palestinians on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“This was for our Gazan relatives, brothers and sisters. I’m glad I could help the team win. Credits to the entire team, but especially to Hassan Ali and Abdullah Shafique for making things simpler, Muhammad Rizwan said on X.

He also praised the people of Hyderabad for their unwavering support and gracious hospitality.

The United Nations reported that due to ongoing Israeli bombardments of the Gaza Strip from the air, land, and sea, over 260,000 people had been forced to leave their homes.

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