England defeated Pakistan by five wickets in the final of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 to win the title. After this, former Pakistan cricketer Zulqrain Haider has fiercely classed wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan on an Indian news channel. Although Zulqrain did not take Rizwan’s name, from what he said, it can be guessed that for whom he is saying this.

Rizwan has been seen offering Namaz on the field after scoring a fifty or a century

Rizwan has been seen offering Namaz on the field after scoring a fifty or a century. Apart from this, when Pakistan reached the final, then Rizwan had said that because of Allah, Pakistan has reached here.

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Zulqrain said on the Indian News Channel, ‘Where did your prayers go? You had offered prayers, so why didn’t you win the finals? Why one got out on 15, one got out on 14. Where did someone go, where did someone go? Brother, you have to offer your prayers for yourself. You have to read Namaz for your worship, not for any religion. You didn’t read Namaz for show off. So where have your prayers gone now, you have not won the final. Two Muslims of England won more than your prayers. Because he is a better Muslim than you. They don’t show off on the ground. The two Muslims from England, Moin Ali and Adil Rashid, do not show their prayers in the ground.

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Brother you have to read the prayers for yourself, why you lost to Zimbabwe

He further said, ‘They don’t read your prayers to appear in the pictures. Hashim Amla does not offer Namaz on the ground because he is a very good Muslim outside the ground. Brother, you have to offer prayers for yourself, why you lost to Zimbabwe. You thank Allah that you have reached the final. Pakistan lost the first two matches of the Super-12 and were on the verge of being eliminated from the semi-final race, but then managed to reach the semi-finals after winning all three matches and South Africa losing to the Netherlands.