Warner clashed with the umpire during the Lahore Test: The things imprisoned in the stump mic, said – show the rule book how should I play


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David Warner clashed with the umpire on the fourth day of the third Test between Pakistan and Australia being played at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Actually, the umpire had warned Warner to go to the danger area. So at the same time, Warner also asked the umpires to show the rule book.

The clash took place in the 21st over
During the 21st over of Australia’s second innings, the on-field umpires Aleem Dar and Ahsan Raza Warner were warned for running into the danger area. On this, Warner clarified that he deserves to bat outside his crease and for this he also had talks with Pakistan team captain Babar Azam.

The Australian opener was heard saying on the stump mic, ‘You want me to play my shot like this’. During this he pointed towards the wicket. Umpire Raza replied- ‘Yes, you have to move.’

Warner then said, ‘Show me in the rule book what I have to do. I won’t start the game until you show me.’ The game was halted for some time after this incident, but soon it started.

Warner got out after scoring a fifty
David Warner was clean bowled by Shaheen Shah Afridi after scoring 51 runs in the second innings. Apart from them, Usman Khawaja remained unbeaten on 104. Kangaroo team declared the second innings on the score of 227/3 and set a target of 351 runs in front of Pakistan.

At the end of the fourth day’s play, Pakistan scored 73 runs without losing a wicket. Abdullah is unbeaten on Shafiq (27) and Imam-ul-Haq (42). On the last day of the match, PAK has to score 278 runs to win, while Australia face the challenge of taking 10 wickets.

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