PAK vs AUS: David Warner hilariously imitates Hasan Ali's celebration after the latter gets out

Hasan Ali often celebrates his wicket with what is now known as a generator celebration.

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Vaishnavi Iyer

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During the last day of the ongoing final Test between Australia and Pakistan, David Warner hilariously celebrated Hasan Ali’s wicket in his style in front of him after Nathan Lyon dismissed him. Australia scored 227 runs at the loss of seven wickets before declaring the second innings and set up a target of 351 runs for Pakistan to chase, in order to win.

During the match, Warner celebrated Ali’s wicket in a very funny way when he enacted his style of celebration. In the 88th over of the innings, Hasan Ali was castled by Lyon after scoring 13 runs off 16 deliveries. Before losing his wicket, Ali had hit the off-spinner for a six and a four on two balls straight. And with this wicket, Lyon added a fourth wicket to his scalp.

Hasan Ali is known for his unique way of celebration, and he has been seen indulging with his fans many a times at the boundary in his wicket-celebration. Out of sheer joy, Warner, who was placed at the forward-short leg, copied Ali’s celebration to send him back to the dressing room.

Australia won the historic Test series against Pakistan by 1-0

The first two games of the three-match Test series had ended in a stalemate after the teams couldn’t arrive at a result in Rawalpindi and Karachi. Australia won the third and decider Test against Pakistan as the latter was dismissed for 235 in the second innings. Australia toured Pakistan after 24 years and claimed the Benaud-Qadir Trophy by winning the series 1-0 on the fifth day of the final Test match.

After the two disappointing games at Rawalpindi and Karachi, Aussies finally have something to celebrate at the end. Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon together picked up eight wickets with the former adding three wickets to his bag in 15.1 overs, and the latter picking up his five-wicket haul. Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam’s half-century went in vain as the visitors, who had the upper hand during the sessions, outclassed the hosts scripted history and Australia also consolidated their top spot in the WTC Points table.