Pakistan vs Australia 1st Test in Dubai: Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones took to Twitter to criticise Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed’s tone, the way he speaks and his field placings in the ongoing Test against Australia in Dubai. Jones reckons there is a sense of panic in the way he speaks. Jones also said that the skipper of Pakistan had a poor demeanor. Jones tweet read, “Is there a tone of panic in Sarfraz voice when he is speaking to his players?
#fieldplacements? #toodefensive Sarfraz needs to calm down and learn from his poor demeanour in Asia Cup!”
This did not go down well with the die-hard Pakistan fans, who lashed out immediately on the post. Some fans also went to the extent of reminding Jones about Australia and the infamous sandpaper saga.
Here is how fans trolled Jones.
Meanwhile, at stumps on Day 4, Australia needs 326 runs to win and they have seven wickets to do that. Khwaja is on 50* and giving him company is Travis Head on 34*.
Earlier on the first day of the Test, Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first. Making a comeback, Hafeez slammed a century and stitched a 205 run partnership with Imam t help Pakistan scored 482 in the first innings.