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Aus v PAK: Couple caught off guard as camera pans towards them in 2nd Test 2nd Test
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Aus v PAK: Couple caught off guard as camera pans towards them in 2nd Test

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 29 Dec 2023, 11:36 am

Melbourne/IBNS: In a comic relief to the highly intensed Australia-Pakistan second Test match, a couple, who were having a snug moment in the gallery, were caught off guard after camera panned towards them, as their togetherness go live on the big screens at the Melbourne Cricket Ground here.

The incident occurred presumably during Pakistan's first innings after Australia posted 318 on the scoreboard.

In a viral video, the camera panned towards the big screens where the couple, who were holding each other close, flashed.

Soon, the two drifted towards different sides with the man trying to hide his face.

Cutting across the element of comedy, Australia came back strong after suffering a mini collapse of batting upfront in the second innings.

Mitchell Marsh (96), Alex Carey (53) and Steven Smith (50) helped Australia post 262 in the second innings recovering from a point where the hosts were reduced to 16/4.

Pakistan, who are trailing the three-match series 0-1, now need 317 to win the Test match.

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