Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Rizwan sent a meaningful message out to his fans, urging them to practice some self-reflection before pointing fingers at others.
Speaking during a Twitter Space hosted by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the star wicketkeeper-batter said: “We should look at ourselves first and what we’re doing instead of looking towards our prime minister, MNAs, and MPAs. We need to make ourselves better.”
He added that as a nation, Pakistanis need to change their lifestyles and keep following Islam’s order as a priority.
“People need to be sincere to Pakistan and then question others,” he maintained.
Speaking about Pakistan’s match against India at the T20I World Cup, he said: “During our match against India, I wasn’t feeling anything as it was just a normal match. I can’t express the love and support that the nation gave me.