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Muhammad Rizwan praised for reading Holy Quran in bus

Muhammad Rizwan is known for his strong religious inclination. Earlier, he had gifted an English translation of the Holy Quran to the temporary coach, Matthew Hayden.

Pakistani batsman Muhammad Rizwan is receiving praise after fans spotted him reading Holy Quran in the new video. The video titled ‘Amsterdam to Dubai’ shows highlights of the journey of the Pakistan Cricket Team from the Netherlands to UAE.

The video features team players interacting with each other and engaging with fans before heading to the airport.

Rizwan read the Holy Quran while sitting alone on the bus. Netizens commended the cricketer. Fans asserted that while other players were busy on their mobile phones, Rizwan spent his time reading Holy Quran.

Pakistan Cricket Team has reached Dubai; it will play its first match of Asia Cup against India on Sunday, August 28th. Pakistan has won the series against Netherlands last week.

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Muhammad Rizwan is known for his strong religious inclination. Earlier, he had gifted an English translation of the Holy Quran to the temporary coach, Matthew Hayden.

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Hayden revealed in his interview that he was curious about Islam and Rizwan gifted him the Holy Quran in English translation. “It was Rizzy (Mohammad Rizwan), and I have to say it was a beautiful moment I will never forget. I am curious about Islam even though I am a Christian. One follows Christ and the other Muhammad and, in a sense, never shall meet; he presented me with an English version of the Quran. We sat on the floor for half an hour and talked. I am reading a bit of it each day. Rizzy is one of my favorite individuals, a champion human being,” Hayden said.

Muhammad Rizwan had revealed why he never takes pictures with females. He was asked about being shy around the women. The batter replied, “It is not about being shy. Some things are personal, and every player has their personal [reasons].”