Fans Trolled Shan Masood After He Tore His Pants Apart During The Match

  1. Home
  2. Trending

Fans Trolled Shan Masood After He Tore His Pants Apart During The Match

Fans are trolling Shan Masood: The first match of the ongoing three-Test series between Pakistan and Australia was played in Rawalpindi and it has seen one of the flattest batting pitches ever. Batters dominated the game and made some big runs in the boring and monotonous match. The game was declared a draw on the …


Fans Trolled Shan Masood After He Tore His Pants Apart During The Match

Fans are trolling Shan Masood: The first match of the ongoing three-Test series between Pakistan and Australia was played in Rawalpindi and it has seen one of the flattest batting pitches ever. Batters dominated the game and made some big runs in the boring and monotonous match. The game was declared a draw on the fifth day of the match.

During the game, a hilarious incident took place involving Pakistani cricketer Shan Masood, that has left everyone in splits. Well, the incident took place on day 4 of the test match, when Australia’s Alex Carey and Steve Smith were trying to build a lead.

Image

In the 123rd over, Carey smashed the ball towards the boundary, hoping for a four. Shan Masood ran to save the ball going to the boundary and slid. Not just he failed to save the boundary but also his rousers also got torn from the side when he attempted to slide and save the boundary. Yes, you read that right.

Shan Masood’s trousers were completely ruined from the sides but he got lucky as in the very next over the drinks were called. He ran towards the dressing room and got a new one on. The video of the incident has been going viral on the internet.

Here, watch the video:

Meanwhile, fans on social media were left in splits after the hilarious incident that took place between the game. From hilarious memes to jokes, fans came up with amazing reactions while reacting to the incident.

Here, check out some of the hilarious reactions:

Also Read: Suresh Raina Is All Set To Play For Delhi