Australia vs India: Rishabh Pant makes fun of Patrick Farhart during the drinks break
Pant is certainly enjoying the ongoing Australia tour.
Published - Dec 16, 2018 3:10 pm | Updated - Dec 16, 2018 3:10 pm
The current Indian team is the best when it comes to their bowling attack and the way they’ve played this year on away tours. Also, under Virat Kohli‘s captaincy, the players have gelled together really well on and off the field along with the support staff as well. The prime example of the same was witnessed during the third day’s play in Perth when Rishabh Pant was seen pulling the ears of the physio Patrick Farhart during the drinke break.
The incident took place during the break in the third session of the third day in the ongoing Perth Test. After a fruitful and intensive hour, the Indians were taking a rest while the physio was in the middle may be to instruct some of the players. That is when Pant hilariously pulled his ears with both his hands and had something to do with it. He also got into the position which indicated that the cricketer was immitating a movie dalogue.
Expectedly, the players around had a laugh and shared a light moment amidst the close game which was in progress in the middle.
Here’s the video:
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Australia just ahead in the game
Meanwhile, Australia are currently ahead in the game as they took a decent lead of 43 runs in the first innings. But India are breathing fire with the ball in the second innings and have stayed in the game. With a lead of over 150, the hosts would fancy doubling it though it is not easy to bat on a deteriorating pitch. On the other hand, Team India will be wanting to restrict the opposition to under 250 may be.
The cracks on the pitch are only widening and the ball is misbehaving quite drastically. It will be interesting to see how do the Indian batsmen play while chasing a rather middling score.
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