Watch: David Warner’s hysterical reaction after he spots his Sunrisers Hyderabad teammate Rashid Kahn at the MCG stadium.
Australia had a great win against New Zealand in the 2nd Test match of the series, which made Aussie win the 3-match long series even though the last game is yet to be played.
So it is obvious that the Australian camp was in the mood of celebration, as Australia was set to win the match even before the first session of day 4 of the match.
On the other hand, Afghanistan’s star bowler Rashid Khan was at the MCG Stadium on Sunday, ahead of Adelaide Strikers’ clash against Melbourne Renegades in the ongoing Big Bash League.
Amidst all of this, David Warner spotted Rashid signing autographs of the fans at the stadium, the Australian batsman immediately went onto the Afghan bowler.
Warner playfully tried to hit Rashid Khan with the bat before the latter turned back and saw his Sunrisers Hyderabad teammate. The look on Warner’s face was certainly hilarious.
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He was seen bowling with spin legend Shane Warne before the two spoke about their crafts during lunch on day four of the second Test between Australia and New Zealand.
Meanwhile, Australia beat New Zealand by 247 runs in the second Test at the MCG to wrap up the three-match series with a match to go. Chasing an improbable 488, New Zealand once again came up with a poor batting display.
Despite Tom Blundell scoring a fighting ton, New Zealand was all out for just 240 with spinner Nathan Lyon picking up four wickets. With this, Australia’s unbeaten run against their trans-Tasman neighbours has now stretched to 25 years.
Now, Australia will play the final test match against New Zealand from January 3rd to 7th at the Sydney cricket ground. The Kiwis would be looking for a consolation win.