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India vs Australia 3rd Test Melbourne: ‘Kiss Cam’ Steals Show in Melbourne Cricket Ground, Gives Twitter Reason to Cheer | WATCH
India vs Australia 3rd Test Melbourne: The pitch is flat and the run-getting is slow, which does not make for an ideal Boxing Day Test.
India vs Australia 3rd Test Melbourne: The pitch is flat and the run-getting is slow, which does not make for an ideal Boxing Day Test. But, fans at the MCG had enough reason to cheer when the ‘kiss cam’ spotted them. The first day of the Test had a huge turnout as 73,516 spectators turned up, but it seems the ‘kiss cam’ stole the show hands down. So, what is a ‘kiss cam’? ‘Kiss Cam’ is a regular thing in some of the biggest sporting events across the world. It captures some lovely moments where the couple is indulged in kissing each other and then displays it on the giant screen at the stands.
Here is the video of the ‘kiss cam’ doing its bit during a break when India was on 174/2.
— சுரேசு (@SoonaaPaanaa) December 26, 2018
Here is how the initiative got Twitter excited.
“I don’t care if the KissCam is spotlighting us…I’m not going to let you kiss me!”
— Mary Sheridan (@MaryTSheridan) December 27, 2018
Don’t know if you’re getting to see this on tv but they’ve got a kiss cam going on the ground here and one guy just flipped the bird on the giant screen
— Vijaynarain (@Vijaynarain) December 27, 2018
Someone just gave the finger to kiss cam and it got the biggest reaction of the day #AUSvIND
— Stuart Fazakerley (@stuartfaz) December 27, 2018
Epic kiss cam today… boy-girl refusing to kiss (probably cos brother-sister given how she hugged him instead) … two indian guys refusing to kiss, because well… another couple not interested with the guy flipping camera off! #AusvInd
— Chetan Narula (@chetannarula) December 27, 2018
Kiss Cam has made the MCG crowd happier than at any other moment through the last two days. #AUSvIND
— Adam Collins (@collinsadam) December 27, 2018
— Jason Whittaker (@thetowncrier) December 27, 2018
Meanwhile, India has declared their first innings at 443/7. Cheteshwar Pujara was the star for India as he slammed his 17th Test ton and his second century of the ongoing series. Indian pacers will now have an opportunity to bowl at the hosts for 7-8 overs and the visitors will look to get a couple of wickets tonight.