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Saga Of Shaheen Afridi Dismissing David Warner Continues Further
By CricShots - Mar 24, 2022 6:41 pm
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On Day 4 of the ongoing third Test between Pakistan and Australia at the Gadaffi Stadium, Lahore saw the rivalry between Shaheen Afridi and David Warner continue, with the latter scoring a fine half-century before the Pakistan fast bowler sent his off-stump for a cartwheel with a brilliant delivery. The rivalry was only limited to the cricket field, as Afridi shook Warner’s hand and the two exchanged a laugh before the batter walked off after scoring 51 off 91 deliveries in Australia’s second essay.

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Shaheen Afridi cartwheeled David Warner

In the 29th over of the innings, off-stump of David Warner was sent for a cartwheel by Shaheen Afridi. The ball swung and it nipped back to crash into the stumps of the left-handed batter. After the dismissal, Afridi celebrated in his signature style with his arms up. David Warner and Shaheen Afridi engaged in a friendly chat after the dismissal and the southpaw pacer shook Warner’s hands.

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On Day 3 of the Test, Warner and Shaheen’s image went viral as the duo engaged in friendly banter on the final ball of the day. Shaheen had bowled a short one, and Warner defended it comfortably to see the ball land right under his feet.

Shaheen Afridi walked up to David Warner and both of them had a short stare-off before they both broke it off giggling. Here is the video of the dismissal:

In the ongoing third Test, Australia set Pakistan a target of 351. Usman Khawaja played an unbeaten knock of 104 runs. David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne also chipped in with knocks of 51 and 36.

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Earlier in the first innings, Pakistan was bowled out for 268 after Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc took nine wickets among themselves. The three-match series stands level at 0-0 and the decider is being played at the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore.

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