Mohammad Rizwan, the Wicket Keeper for Multan Sultans of the Pakistan Super League, has claimed that two English players, David Willie, and Tim David, who played for Rizwan’s PSL team Multan Sultan, frequently questioned about Islam.
According to Rizwan, who said in an interview with Multan Sultans bowling coach Mushtaq Ahmed, we should not be ashamed of our faith, but rather we should be proud of the Sunnah of our Holy Prophet, as he remarked in the interview.
As Mohammad Rizwan pointed out, when international athletes inquire about our religion and prayers, it implies that they are finding peace in our practises and beliefs, which is indicative of their own spiritual quest.
Despite the fact that we Muslims consider it uncommon that we are praying in front of them or that we are sporting a beard, they appear to be enjoying themselves.
In the course of our prayer, this mark appeared on David Willie’s ankle, prompting him to enquire as to how this sign may have appeared as a result of prayer.
In his own words, Wicketkeeper Better says that he is devoted to the religion and understands the principles that underpin it completely.