Seeing Kangaroos on Pakistani soil after 24 years is an emotional moment for Pakistani fans. The Pindi test match was a delight to watch where the crowd had gone crazy. Australia’s David Warner returned the favor by doing a bhangra dance to entertain the crowd. He fell in love with the majestic beauty of Islamabad. Well, we know! Everyone who visits Islamabad falls for it.
It is David Warner’s first time in Islamabad. He said that he feels privileged to play in Pakistan. He was stunned by the beauty of Islamabad. He stated he loves to engage with the fans. He said that he was enjoying his time in Pakistan and had a great time in the field in front of a passionate crowd at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium. The fans are the most important aspect of sports and it is good to give them something to enjoy while on the field. They captured his dance moves in the ground on the cameras and went viral on social media.
“From my point of view, we are entertainers as well. If I am not batting or fielding, I like to get everyone involved and get the crowd up and going. The people were absolutely amazing. They engaged with us and were cheering for both teams. First time for me over here [in Pakistan]. It is important to engage with the fans, not just from the cricketing point of view, but where we sit. They follow us on Instagram, they visit the ground and support us. We need to give it back, too.”
Even after 160 overs in the field, @davidwarner31 is still entertaining the Rawalpindi crowd with a dance. That's why we love him as do the people of Pakistan. #PAKvAUSpic.twitter.com/XgG04hb2QH
— 🏏Flashscore Cricket Commentators (@FlashCric) March 5, 2022
He was so awestruck by the beauty of Islamabad. He was so enthusiastic about sharing his thoughts about the visit to Islamabad. “We went to Islamabad first and I’ve only great words to say about the place. It’s amazing. You have the mountains in the background and it’s quite visible from the hotel and the ground.”
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He also appreciated the effort and steps taken by both cricket boards to make this historic tour possible. “There are many people to thank to get this tour up and about, cricket Australia, the PCB, the police forces for making everything is safe and sound. We applaud them and are grateful for this opportunity.”
We hope to see him entertaining the crowd again at the Karachi Test match, which is due to start tomorrow.