After David Warner, his fellow Australian opener Aaron Finch has become the latest player to join the TikTok bandwagon amid the lockdown period as the world his fighting a long-standing battle against the coronavirus pandemic. In his latest video shared on Instagram, Finch decided to dance in front of his dog, and then the dog suddenly runs away as soon as Finch starts to chase her.
In the video, the right-handed batsman hilariously added a caption that reads “Even the dog can’t stand my TikToks.” Watch the adorable video of Finch and his dog, Evie. Here is the video:
This is not the first time that Finch has went on to make a TikTok video loaded with irony. In another video that he shared on Instagram, he can be seen dancing to some music, which suddenly stops to screams of “No, God. Please no”. Every time he tries to start dancing again, the voice protests again.
Captioning the video, he wrote, “What goes through my head every time I think of doing a TikTok. Over 30 and trying to dance on TikTok. Might stick to cricket.”
Aaron Finch, who is the captain of the Australian team in the white-ball format, feels the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic might lead to a postponement of this year’s T20 World Cup by up to three months.
During a chat with ‘SEN’ radio, Finch said, “I think we might have to get our heads around a T20 World Cup that might be postponed for a month, two months, three months, whatever it has to be.”
Finch feels authorities will need to be “creative” while rejigging the international schedule.