Sussex ropes in Mohammad Rizwan for season 2022

Sussex have marked in Pakistan wicketkeeper-player Mohammad Rizwan for the 2022 summer and delivered previous chief Ben Brown on demand. Rizwan will be accessible from early April and partake in the County Championship and T20 Blast.

“I’m totally regarded and eager to be a piece of the memorable Sussex County Cricket Club for the 2022 season. I have consistently heard incredible things about the Sussex people group and this family club was dependably near my heart,” said Rizwan.

“Mohammad’s five star and Test records represent themselves and it’s a tremendous overthrow to invite him to Sussex for a major lump of next season’s Championship,” mentor Ian Salisbury said, adding that he was “truly baffled” to lose a player like Brown.

Brown, who scored 976 runs in 12 games last season and who’s been with Sussex since the beginning of his vocation, was delegated the club skipper in 2017 however was approached to venture down in the center of the latest season. He actually had two years left in his agreement.

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“As this part of my vocation attracts to a nearby, I might want to say a gigantic thank you to Sussex for the chances I have been managed north of a 22-year relationship with club,” Brown said in an assertion. “Since I was first chosen as a 11-year-old I have made deep rooted companions, ventured to the far corners of the planet, and gained experiences for life playing cricket for Sussex.

“I might want to wish the ebb and flow crew and care staff the very best before long, and I anticipate seeing the youthful crew prosper over seasons to come at Hove. For me by and by the time has come to get back to being a Sussex ally as I anticipate another part of my cricket profession.”

CEO Rob Andrew said: “We’ve made a decent attempt to observe a way forward that keeps him at the club and until as of late suspected that would be something we could accomplish. Notwithstanding, plainly Ben is set on a change, and it would be to no one’s greatest advantage to keep him at Sussex without wanting to.

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“Ben has been essential for Sussex for more than twenty years and has a record he can be incredibly pleased with. He has consistently given everything with the bat, the gloves or with his captaincy.”

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