Pakistan cricket team wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan has said that Indian and Pakistani cricketers are interested in playing against each other in a bilateral series.
According to details, while giving a press conference in Multan, Mohammad Rizwan said that players on both sides of the border would prefer to face each other on a regular basis.
He said that Pakistan and India cricketers want to play against each other but state-level matters are not under our control.
Mohammad Rizwan was talking about his experience of playing with Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara for Sussex in Division Two of the County Championship this year.
“I learned from my partner and found it useful to share ideas about batting with him,” he said.
“I talked to Pujara about cricket in the county championship and learned a lot from him,” Rizwan said.
The national cricketer talked about Mohammad Haris who made it to the Pakistan squad after a stellar performance in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) this year. Mohammad Rizwan called him a ‘talented wicket-keeper batsman.
Mohammad Rizwan further said that Mohammad Haris is a very talented wicket-keeper batsman, I wish that the team includes not just one but five wicket-keepers, whoever is favorable for the team, he must play.