A video of Australia’s men and women cricketers Peter Siddle and Meg Lanning’s phone call to a volunteer, Barry, taking him by surprise.

Meanwhile, Pakistan will look to bounce back from the embarassing 93-run defeat  when they take onAustralia in the second One-Day International (ODI) of the three-match series at Sharjah on Friday. The Australians have adjusted well to the spin-friendly conditions in United Arab Emirates (UAE), and taken full advantage of Saeed Ajmal’s absence.

For Pakistan, there are few positives that they can take from the first ODI. Shahid Afridi came good with the ball as he took three wickets and didn’t allow the Australian batsman to score freely. In doing so, he even joined Glenn McGrath in the list of all time ODI wicket-takers. Other than this, there was little to cheer about for the Pakistan side. Their batting order collapsed for the nth time,  and except for Sarfraz Ahmed and Umar Akmal, none of the batsman showed any resistance.