Although the second Test match between Pakistan and New Zealand in Karachi contained some humor, test cricket is intended to be a serious sport. When he mistook porn star Dani Daniels for fellow pundit Danny Morrison, a former New Zealand pacer, the Pakistani broadcaster received comical trolling on social media.
When discussing the last-wicket partnership of more than 100 runs in the first innings of the second Test match between Matt Henry and Ajaz Patel, the commentator referred to Morrison as Dani Daniels. Daniels responded directly to the humorous footage that has gone viral. Tweeting, “Put me in coach!”
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Watch: Comical Error By Pakistani Commentator
Put me in coach! 😏😂🤍 https://t.co/sc5ciwTN53
— Dani Daniels (@akaDaniDaniels) January 4, 2023
Speaking of the Test match, on the fourth day of the second Test on Thursday, Pakistan trailed New Zealand by 41 runs despite Saud Shakeel’s cautious first Test century and Sarfaraz Ahmed’s explosive 78.
Saud Shakeel Keeps Pakistan In The Match
Shakeel, a left-handed batsman, batted all day and concluded the day unbeaten on 125 from 341 balls in an innings that lasted more than eight hours. New Zealand spinners then came back late and took four wickets, bringing Pakistan’s total to 408, with Ish Sodhi concluding the innings early on Day 4.
Shakeel raised his first Test hundred in his hometown and smashed 17 fours. “When I entered into the 90s, I got nervous for 1-2 overs, but Sarfaraz told me don’t take tension,” Shakeel remarked.
“Sarfaraz is a very senior player, I started my career with him. It was good that he was with me when I scored my century,” he added.
In the last phase, which saw the home team collect 70 runs, part-time New Zealand seamer Daryl Mitchell forced Pakistan to submit. Left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel (3-88) whittled away with the wickets of Agha Salman (41) and Hasan Ali (4) thanks to acrobatic catches by Michael Bracewell and Devon Conway.