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Warner And Joe Use ‘Stone Paper Scissor’ Style To Decide Batting Order

Warner And Joe Uses 'Stone Paper Scissor' Style To Decide Batting Order

Warner And Joe Use ‘Stone Paper Scissor’ Style To Decide Batting Order: Australia and Pakistan are currently playing second Test match of the ongoing 2-matches series at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide. Meanwhile, the first-day game of the match delayed due to rain. In between the rain, Australian openers were seen using ‘Stone Paper Scissor’ style to decide who gonna face first-ball. It looked pretty relax in the Australian dressing room as they had won the first match of the series.

Earlier in the first match of the series, Australia won the match by an innings and 5 runs. In the first test match, Australian openers and first down batsman scored good and helped their team to get lead in the series. However, now during the second match Australian opener, Joe Burns could manage to score only 4 before getting out. Currently, Team Australia score is 63 for 1 in 19 overs at Adelaide Oval.

Australia after winning the toss decided to bat first, however, the game was delayed due to some drops of rain in the morning. Before the start of the day, Australian openers were seen using ‘Stone Paper Scissor’ style to decide who will be going to face the first ball. 

The video of the incident shared by ‘cricket.com.au’ on twitter handle with a caption, “Good old rock, nothing beats that!” #AUSvPAK. Here we are sharing the video of the incident.

Here is the video

Australia lost their opener, Joe Burns, at the score when Australia was on only 8 runs. However, thereafter, David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne continue the Australian innings with decent way. once again Warner is doing a good a job.

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