Why did David Warner land on the Karachi pitch with a hammer? Wife Candice reacted like this, see VIDEO


new Delhi. The second test match of the 3-match series played between Pakistan and Australia in Karachi was drawn. In the two Test matches that have been played so far in the current series, the Pakistan Cricket Board regarding the pitch (PCB) It’s getting a lot of disgrace. In both the Test matches, the pitch was favorable for the batsmen. That is, there was nothing for the bowlers. Australia’s explosive opener David Warner (David Warner) was seen repairing the pitch with a hammer on the 5th and last day of the second Test. This video of Warner is becoming very viral on social media. Warner’s wife on this video Candice Warner (Candice Warner) has also reacted.

In the Karachi Test match, Australia’s team was once looking very strong. He had set a mountain target of 506 runs in front of the host Pakistan team. Chasing the target, the Pakistan team had lost 2 wickets for 192 runs on the fourth day. it seemed that Pat Cummins (Pat Cummins) led Australian team will be able to register a win on the 5th and last day of the match. But it didn’t happen. The Pakistan team, which was bundled out for just 148 runs in the first innings, was successful in drawing the match on the basis of 196 runs by captain Babar Azam and 104 not out by Mohammad Rizwan.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board uploaded a video on its official Twitter handle on Wednesday. In this video, Warner is striking the pitch rapidly with a hammer. Both the field umpires are standing and watching silently. Batsman Marnus Labuschagne is telling opener Warner the place to strike here. On this video, Warner’s wife Candice retweeted the video with two laughing emojis, writing, ‘I hope Warner works harder around the house than this!!!’

Talking about this test match, David Warner scored 36 runs in the first innings. In the second innings, he was dismissed for 7 runs. Australia declared their first innings at 556 for 9 on the basis of 160 runs from opener Usman Khawaja. In response, Pakistan’s team was bundled out for 148 runs. Kangaroo team declared their second innings by scoring 97 runs for 2 wickets. Pakistan’s team was successful in making 443 runs for 7 wickets in the second innings. The third and last Test match of the series will be played in Lahore from March 21.

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