AUS vs PAK 2023-24: Hasan Ali adds a touch of entertainment to MCG during Boxing Day Test; Fans danced to the tune of Pakistani bowler


Hasan Ali often entertains fans with his funny antics on the field.

Hasan Ali and Fans. (Image Source: X)

Pakistan’s tour of Australia 2023-24, AUS vs PAK, Pakistan cricket team may or may not win the test matches on the ongoing Australia tour, but the players of the visiting team are continuously winning the hearts of the local fans. Actually, Pakistan’s fast bowler Hasan Ali (Hasan Ali) was the fans’ favorite player on the third day of the Boxing Day Test match being played between Australia and Pakistan at the prestigious Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) today on 28th December.

Hasan Ali forced the cricket fans present at the MCG to dance in sync with his steps. Let us tell you, watching the Boxing Day Test match at MCG has always been a great experience for the fans and the activity of the fans also adds to it.

Hasan Ali looted the gathering in MCG

Hasan Ali is definitely one of the most thrill-seeking players of the Pakistan cricket team, and he often entertains fans with his funny antics on the field. Meanwhile, on the third day of Australia vs Pakistan second test match, Hasan attracted the attention of the fans with his dance moves at the MCG and the fans also danced and added a touch of entertainment to the match.

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Hasan Ali suddenly started dance moves on the boundary during the 53rd over of Australia’s second innings. He danced with full enthusiasm to boost the enthusiasm of the fans and the MCG fans did not disappoint him as they themselves were seen dancing to the tune of the Pakistani bowler. Cricket Australia has shared the video of this moment on social media, which is now going viral.

Watch that video here –

If we talk about the Boxing Day Test match, Australia scored 318 runs in the first innings, in response to which Pakistan team was able to score 264 runs. Australia cricket team has scored 127 runs at the loss of 6 wickets on the board at the end of the third day of play of the second test match.

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