The gregarious leg-spinner from South Africa Tabraiz Shamsi keeps an eye on the happenings in the world of cricket. He is particularly impressed by the remarkable consistency of Pakistan's wicket-keeper batsman 'Mohammad Rizwan' who has been churning out big runs for quite a while now. 
Tabraiz Shamsi in awe by Mohammad Rizwan's consistency

Often Rizwan is seen pulling his team out of trouble as he demonstrated that in a tricky situation against Zimbabwe T20 opener when a succession of wickets put Pakistan on the backfoot. 

Rizwan showed his typical calmness and composure on the crease, assessed the conditions impeccably and played a fantastic knock of 82 runs giving a decent score for Pakistan bowlers to defend and if it hadn't been for him, Pakistan was on their way to losing the first game as Zimbabwe fell only 12 runs short of chasing an untaxing total.

Shamsi applauded Rizwan's insatiable thirst for runs in an amusing way on Twitter and said 'give someone else a chance also brother'. 

"Still scoring runs for fun, give someone else a chance also brother. Other people have to make a living too," tweeted Shamsi.

The left-arm chinaman bowler celebrations garner a lot of attention from cricket fans. Shamsi's 'bus driver' and 'shoe call' wicket celebrations are very popular. 

The No.1 ranked T20I bowler had a decent T20I series against Pakistan and, barring the third T20I at Centurion, he maintained a good economy rate and was able to stymie the run flow in the other three games.