Leaving batting, Babar Azam’s focus is on becoming a doctor, started doing concussion test by pointing finger to Mitchell Marsh in the middle of the field

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This incident happened during the 87th over of the Australian innings.

MItchell March and Babar Azam (Image Credit- Twitter)

Cricket fans witnessed an interesting incident on the third day of the ongoing third Test match between Australia and Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Let us tell you that in the match, former Pakistani captain Babar Azam was seen joking with Australian all-rounder player Mitchell Marsh.

What happened was that Mitchell Marsh, who was on strike during the Australian innings on the third day of the game, tried to sweep a ball being bowled by Salman Agha during the 87th over, but during this time the ball hit his helmet. So during this time Babar starts showing fingers to him to concuss him. But after this, photos and videos of this incident go viral on social media.

On the other hand, after this incident the Australian physio reaches the field and examines the player and asks some questions. In which questions like what day is it, on which ground the match is being played etc. are included, so that the physio can find out whether the player is confused or not.

Australia close to white wash

On the other hand, if we tell you the condition of this match, Australia seems to be white washing Pakistan by winning the third match. By the end of the third day of the match, Pakistan had scored 68 runs at the loss of 7 wickets after 26 overs in the second innings. Currently Mohammad Rizwan (6*) and Aamer Jamal (0*) are present at the crease.

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