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WATCH: Babar Azam hilariously chases Rizwan with bat after wicketkeeper’s run-out attempt

WATCH: Babar Azam hilariously chases Rizwan with bat after wicketkeeper’s run-out attempt

Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan shared a light moment in the two-day scenario practice match in Pindi ahead of Pakistan’s three-match Test tour to Australia. In the video that has gone viral on the internet, Babar could be seen casually walking out of his crease after the delivery is bowled. However, Rizwan cheekily hit at […]

Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan shared a light moment in the two-day scenario practice match in Pindi ahead of Pakistan’s three-match Test tour to Australia. In the video that has gone viral on the internet, Babar could be seen casually walking out of his crease after the delivery is bowled. However, Rizwan cheekily hit at the stumps from behind and appeals for a run out.

The former Pakistani skipper rather than walking, hilariously ran towards the wicketkeeper with bat in hand.

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Notably, Babar and Rizwan share a great bond on and off the field. The latter is the more notorious of the two as he often is the one who is up some pranks with Babar.

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Speaking about Pakistan cricket, the PCB have organised a two-day scenario match in Pindi for the team to get used to red-ball cricket. The Men in Green last played a Test series in June. With Pakistan set to play three Test matches Down Under, the team wants the players to get used to the rigors of Test cricket.

Notably, Pakistan are yet to secure a Test series victory in Australia. In the previous encounter between these two sides, the Men in Green suffered a 3-0 whitewash. The three-match series holds significance as it forms part of the World Test Championship (WTC) cycle for 2023-25.

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