WATCH | David Warner entertains Rawalpindi crowd with Punjabi dance moves during Australia’s first Test vs Pakistan

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David Warner entertains Rawalpindi crowd with Punjabi dance moves during Australia’s first Test vs Pakistan

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WATCH | David Warner entertains Rawalpindi crowd with Punjabi dance moves during Australia’s first Test vs Pakistan

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SportsCafe Desk

03/08/2022

Australia are currently playing their first of three-match Test series against Pakistan at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium. On Day 5 of the match while fielding, David Warner is seen entertaining the fans in the stadium with Punjabi dance moves in a game, which is heading towards a dull draw.

Australia’s left-handed opener David Warner has been active on social media in terms of making reels, and his love for the subcontinent countries has been clearly visible as well. Warner is currently playing for Australia in the first Test of the three-match series in Rawalpindi, where he scored 68 off 114 balls, with the help of 12 fours in the first innings.

On Day 5 of the contest which is heading towards nothing but a boring draw, Warner brought in his entertaining dance moves for the Rawalpindi crowd, leaving everyone in splits. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) took to Twitter to share his moves, which became viral in no time. 

“The crowd and the camera love @davidwarner31,” PCB captioned while posting the video.

 Here’s the video shared by the PCB:

Warner has a lot of fan following around the world, and his recent recreation of Allu Arjun’s hook step from the Srivalli song of Pushpa movie earned a lot of hearts as well. He will be part of the upcoming IPL season starting from March 26, for the Delhi Capitals (DC) and was one of the bargain buys for INR 6.25 ccrore. He will partner Prithvi Shaw at the top, which will certainly be one of the most fearsome opening pairs in the tournament.

After opting to bat, Pakistan had posted 476/4 declared in the first innings. Australia, in reply, were bowled out for 459. Then, in the second innings, Pakistan are currently batting on 210/0 in 63 overs, with a lead of 227 runs in the third and final session of Day 5.

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