David Warner is widely loved by fans for his social media gimmick. Fans love to see his videos. He joined the trend and made an account in the social media app called Threads. He announced it by writing “Hey, I’m now on threads”
Australia’s skipper Pat Cummins replied to Warner’s thread with a hilarious comment of his own.
“No dance videos on here plz”
Pat Cummins replied to Warner
India’s star wicket-keeper batter Rishabh Pant joined Cummins and wrote “Best advice bro (with two laughing emojis)”
David Warner’s Dismal Outing In 3rd Test
Warner didn’t get a good outing in the third Test as Stuart Broad kept his stint on the pitch short in both innings. Broad got him out on four runs in the first innings and sent him back on just 1 run in the second innings
Ben Stokes produced another heroic Headingley performance and the bowlers took crucial late wickets as England kept their Ashes 2023 hopes alive on an exciting day two of the third Test against Australia, here on Friday.
Despite losing four wickets before stumps on Day 2, Australia managed to strengthen their position in the third Ashes Test as their lead swelled to 142.
The second outing with the bat came for Australia on the second day after a strong bowling performance led by Pat Cummins resulted in England being bowled out for 237, allowing the hosts to reduce the first-innings deficit to a mere 26 runs.
English Bowling Take Charge
England managed to dismiss David Warner in single digits once again as their pacer Stuart Broad dismissed the Aussie opener for the 17th time in Test cricket. Usman Khawaja and Marnus Labuschagne survived the remaining overs before Tea, taking their side to 29/1 with a lead of 55.
Khawaja and Labuschagne proceeded to build a significant partnership for Australia. Their partnership was worth 57 runs when Moeen Ali had the latter caught by Harry Brook at deep mid-wicket. Not impressed with his shot selection, a disappointed Labuschagne walked back to the pavilion for 77-ball 33.
In his next over, Moeen struck again, claiming his 200th wicket in Test cricket and it was the prized scalp of Steve Smith, who flicked the ball straight into the hands of mid-wicket fielder Ben Duckett.
Australia faced another setback when set batter Khawaja, who was patiently approaching towards his fifty, was caught behind for 43.
Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh ensured Australia didn’t suffer any more setbacks before stumps on Day 2. The pair added an unbeaten 26-run stand, taking the visitors to 116/4.