Pakistani Commentator Confuses Danny Morrison With Dani Daniels
During the second Test match between Pakistan and New Zealand, Kiwis tailenders -- Ajaz Patel and Matt Henry frustrated the hosts with their amazing partnership for the 10th wicket. Amidst their amazing partnership of 100 runs, a bizarre incident in commentary took place where one of the Pakistani commentators referred to former New Zealand all-rounder Danny Morrison as Dani Daniels -- who is a popular adult movie star.
Yes, during the game, while referring to some of the highest 10th-wicket stands in Test cricket, a Pakistan commentator mistakenly referred to Danny Morrison as Dani Daniels. The video of the same has been going viral on the internet.
Watch the video:
Pakistan commentator calling Dani Morrison "Dani Daniels" pic.twitter.com/T9Imczp31b— Pushkar (@musafir_hu_yar) January 3, 2023
The video of the bizarre incident has been making rounds on the internet. Interestingly, the video also caught the attention of Dani Daniels, who was quick to come up with a hilarious reaction to the video. Sharing the video, Daniels wrote: "Put me in coach!"
Check out the reply:
Put me in coach! 😏😂🤍 https://t.co/sc5ciwTN53— Dani Daniels (@akaDaniDaniels) January 4, 2023
Meanwhile, the fans on social media had a gala time after the video went viral. One user wrote, "Dani Daniels replied with quote biggest achievement brother." Another user commented, "He’s human he can make mistakes, he even corrected his mistake. Small mistake like these don’t anything to the world." A third user wrote, "Highlights of the match should include this moment."
Check out some of the best reactions:
Bazid khan 😜😂😂— Gagan Chawla (@toecrushrzzz) January 3, 2023
Brooooo???😭— Muhammad (@Clown_da13th) January 3, 2023
Talking about the game, Patel and Henry added 104 runs for the tenth wicket, thanks to which New Zealand took a 41-run lead in the first innings after they were bowled out for 449 in response to Pakistan's 408. New Zealand is well in control of the match going into the last day with Pakistan needing 319 runs with 8 wickets in hand. The 2-Test series is tied at 0-0 after the first Test ended in a draw.