AUS vs PAK: David Warner shakes a leg to entertain spectators in Rawalpindi Test

David Warner was at his entertaining best on Day 2 of the opening Test.

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David Warner dancing. (Photo source: Twitter)
Pranchal Srivastava
PRANCHAL SRIVASTAVA

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Australia are taking on Pakistan in a three-match Test series at their home turf. After winning the toss in the first Test, which is being played in Rawalpindi, the hosts have piled 476 runs for the loss of just four wickets before declaring their innings. In reply, Australia are 5/0 after the end of Day 2.

During second day of the Test match, the cameras on ground caught a glimpse of Aussie opener David Warner showing his moves to the crowd. In a video, which is being widely shared on the social media platforms, Warner could be seen dancing while fielding at the boundaries before the crowd as the fans cheer for him.

David Warner is also known for showing off his dance move on Instagram

Meanwhile, the 35-year-old batter is very popular on social media platforms and known for showing off his dance moves with his family on Instagram. This time he did it for the Pakistani crowd live at the stadium.

Here’s the video:

 

 

Coming back to the match, Pakistan have declared their first innings in the at a score of 476 runs. For the home side, Azhar Ali was the top-scorer, piling up 185 runs at a strike rate of 51.25.

Left-handed opener Imam-ul-Haq also made the most of batting paradise track, scoring his first Test century while making 157 runs before getting caught in front of wicket by Australian skipper Pat Cummins. The rest of the Australian pacer including Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Chris Green went wicketless.

Apart from skipper Cummins, Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon and part-time leggie Marnus Labuschagne managed to get one wicket each. Notably, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam was run-out thanks to a brilliant fielding effort from Labuschagne.

In reply, Warner has opened the innings alongside Usman Khawaja. While Khawaja is playing on five, his partner Warner is yet to open the account. The duo will resume the batting tomorrow as Day 2’s play was called-off early due to bad light.