As we all know, David Warner has changed a lot since the Sandpaper gate incident. The opening batsman who used to be this aggressive guy on the pitch who used to brutally sledge his opponents has now turned into the most loveable guy. He is a very fun-loving guy now and he just loves to entertain his fans with his funny Instagram videos and reels. Well, Warner did something exactly similar in the first Test between Australia and Pakistan which was played at the Rawalpindi Stadium and fans are loving him for it.
In Pakistan’s second innings, when David Warner was out fielding on the pitch, he started dancing when the fans cheered for him and after that, he continued his dance even more. A video of the same was posted by Pakistan Cricket Board’s official Twitter handle with the caption “The crowd and the camera love David Warner”. The video got viral in no time.
While batting, David Warner gave a decent performance in Australia’s first innings. He scored 68 in 114 deliveries before being dismissed by Sajid Khan. Australia made 459 runs in total in the first innings which fell a little short that Pakistan’s score in the first innings, 476/4 (declared).
However, David Warner did not get to bat in the second innings as Australia never got their second innings with the completion of the fifth day and the match ended in a draw.
Pakistan scored a fabulous 252/0 in the second innings but none of that mattered as both the teams had to be satisfied with a draw.
The second match in the three-match series will be played at the Karachi National Stadium and it will start on 12th March. Both the teams had an all-round decent performance in the first test and thus they will probably not need any changes in their current starting XIs.