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PAK VS AUS: David Warner With A Wry Smile To Naseem Shah Amid Sledging

PAK VS AUS: David Warner is being sledged by Naseem Shah. The Latter Reacts With A Smile After Hitting Him On The Arm.

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PAK VS AUS: David Warner is usually a ferocious Australian opener. He is now a shell of his former self, when he was combative and willing to pick a battle with the opposition on the field.

After serving a one-year ban for ball-tampering, this fresh version of the left-handed opener grinned at young Naseem Shah. Naseem tried to sledge him in the ongoing first Test in Rawalpindi.

Usman Khawaja and David Warner shared 156 runs for the first wicket. Australia began their pursuit of Pakistan’s 476/4d first-innings total. David Warner was the first Australian wicket to fall, falling for 68 runs in 114 balls with 12 fours to Sajid Khan. Sajid clean bowled the left-hander.

The Australian batters had a commanding advantage against the Pakistani willow men. He scoring at a pace of almost 4 runs per over compared to 2.93 runs per over in their 162-over innings.

PAK VS AUS: David Warner Laughs Off Naseem Shah’s Sledge

PAK VS AUS: David Warner Laughs Off Naseem Shah’s Sledge

David Warner enjoys batting against Pakistan. He Has scored an unbeaten triple century in Tests against them and having a Test average of over 100.

Warner, who had been aggressively mingling with the crowd while fielding at the boundary on the first two days.

On the field, the 35-year-old footballer continued to interact. While Warner and fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi shared a few lighthearted moments. The two players praised each other’s bat and ball skills. Naseem Shah, on the other hand, wasn’t just being light-hearted about things.

Shah, who had beaten Warner on a few occasions with the short ball, didn’t hold back when it came to hitting the left-handed batter. While the old Warner would have retaliated with a verbal onslaught of his own, the new Warner simply laughed and smiled at the teen pacer’s attempt to engage in a verbal fight with the veteran.

PAK VS AUS: Full Incident And Some Memories

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Quick as a teen To get David Warner fired up, Naseem Shah will have to do better than this. During the third day of the first Test in Rawalpindi, the 19-year-old Pakistani paceman set a target on Warner’s back as Australia attempted to claw its way back into the match.

Shah switched to the short ball after surviving the early stages and eventually struck Warner, who miscalculated the bounce. Shah took advantage of the opportunity to frighten the player nearly twice his age, walking down the pitch to Warner and serving him.

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Warner laughed it off, unaffected by the confrontation. Mitchell Johnson wasn’t really spouting fire, after all. The next ball fell at Warner’s feet, and he grabbed it up and returned it to Shah, who was still hot. Before going about his business, Warner gave him another smile and a pat on the shoulder.

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There is some history between the two of them. Shah’s first Test wicket was almost Warner in 2019, when he was 16 and touring Australia, but it was prevented by a no-ball.

PAK VS AUS: David Warner is usually a ferocious Australian opener. He is now a shell of his former self, when he was combative and willing to pick a battle with the opposition on the field.

After serving a one-year ban for ball-tampering, this fresh version of the left-handed opener grinned at young Naseem Shah. Naseem tried to sledge him in the ongoing first Test in Rawalpindi.

Usman Khawaja and David Warner shared 156 runs for the first wicket. Australia began their pursuit of Pakistan’s 476/4d first-innings total. David Warner was the first Australian wicket to fall, falling for 68 runs in 114 balls with 12 fours to Sajid Khan. Sajid clean bowled the left-hander.

The Australian batters had a commanding advantage against the Pakistani willow men. He scoring at a pace of almost 4 runs per over compared to 2.93 runs per over in their 162-over innings.

PAK VS AUS: David Warner Laughs Off Naseem Shah’s Sledge

PAK VS AUS: David Warner Laughs Off Naseem Shah’s Sledge

David Warner enjoys batting against Pakistan. He Has scored an unbeaten triple century in Tests against them and having a Test average of over 100.

Warner, who had been aggressively mingling with the crowd while fielding at the boundary on the first two days.

On the field, the 35-year-old footballer continued to interact. While Warner and fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi shared a few lighthearted moments. The two players praised each other’s bat and ball skills. Naseem Shah, on the other hand, wasn’t just being light-hearted about things.

Shah, who had beaten Warner on a few occasions with the short ball, didn’t hold back when it came to hitting the left-handed batter. While the old Warner would have retaliated with a verbal onslaught of his own, the new Warner simply laughed and smiled at the teen pacer’s attempt to engage in a verbal fight with the veteran.

PAK VS AUS: Full Incident And Some Memories

Quick as a teen To get David Warner fired up, Naseem Shah will have to do better than this. During the third day of the first Test in Rawalpindi, the 19-year-old Pakistani paceman set a target on Warner’s back as Australia attempted to claw its way back into the match.

Shah switched to the short ball after surviving the early stages and eventually struck Warner, who miscalculated the bounce. Shah took advantage of the opportunity to frighten the player nearly twice his age, walking down the pitch to Warner and serving him.

Warner laughed it off, unaffected by the confrontation. Mitchell Johnson wasn’t really spouting fire, after all. The next ball fell at Warner’s feet, and he grabbed it up and returned it to Shah, who was still hot. Before going about his business, Warner gave him another smile and a pat on the shoulder.

There is some history between the two of them. Shah’s first Test wicket was almost Warner in 2019, when he was 16 and touring Australia, but it was prevented by a no-ball.

PAK VS AUS: David Warner is usually a ferocious Australian opener. He is now a shell of his former self, when he was combative and willing to pick a battle with the opposition on the field.

After serving a one-year ban for ball-tampering, this fresh version of the left-handed opener grinned at young Naseem Shah. Naseem tried to sledge him in the ongoing first Test in Rawalpindi.

Usman Khawaja and David Warner shared 156 runs for the first wicket. Australia began their pursuit of Pakistan’s 476/4d first-innings total. David Warner was the first Australian wicket to fall, falling for 68 runs in 114 balls with 12 fours to Sajid Khan. Sajid clean bowled the left-hander.

The Australian batters had a commanding advantage against the Pakistani willow men. He scoring at a pace of almost 4 runs per over compared to 2.93 runs per over in their 162-over innings.

PAK VS AUS: David Warner Laughs Off Naseem Shah’s Sledge

PAK VS AUS: David Warner Laughs Off Naseem Shah’s Sledge

David Warner enjoys batting against Pakistan. He Has scored an unbeaten triple century in Tests against them and having a Test average of over 100.

Warner, who had been aggressively mingling with the crowd while fielding at the boundary on the first two days.

On the field, the 35-year-old footballer continued to interact. While Warner and fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi shared a few lighthearted moments. The two players praised each other’s bat and ball skills. Naseem Shah, on the other hand, wasn’t just being light-hearted about things.

Shah, who had beaten Warner on a few occasions with the short ball, didn’t hold back when it came to hitting the left-handed batter. While the old Warner would have retaliated with a verbal onslaught of his own, the new Warner simply laughed and smiled at the teen pacer’s attempt to engage in a verbal fight with the veteran.

PAK VS AUS: Full Incident And Some Memories

Quick as a teen To get David Warner fired up, Naseem Shah will have to do better than this. During the third day of the first Test in Rawalpindi, the 19-year-old Pakistani paceman set a target on Warner’s back as Australia attempted to claw its way back into the match.

Shah switched to the short ball after surviving the early stages and eventually struck Warner, who miscalculated the bounce. Shah took advantage of the opportunity to frighten the player nearly twice his age, walking down the pitch to Warner and serving him.

Warner laughed it off, unaffected by the confrontation. Mitchell Johnson wasn’t really spouting fire, after all. The next ball fell at Warner’s feet, and he grabbed it up and returned it to Shah, who was still hot. Before going about his business, Warner gave him another smile and a pat on the shoulder.

There is some history between the two of them. Shah’s first Test wicket was almost Warner in 2019, when he was 16 and touring Australia, but it was prevented by a no-ball.

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