The second and final Test of the two-match series between Pakistan and New Zealand is currently being played at the National Stadium in Karachi. Put in to bat, Pakistan scored 408 runs in their first innings in reply to New Zealand’s total of 449 runs.
New Zealand opener Devon Conway scored a brilliant century (122; 16×4 | 1×6) while Tom Latham (71), Tom Blundell (51) and Matt Henry (68 not out) all scored half-centuries. For Pakistan, Saud Shakeel (125; 17 fours) smashed an unbeaten ton, while Imam Ul Haq (83) and Sarfaraz Ahmed (78) both hit half-centuries.
During the play on the second day, commentators Bazid Khan and Danny Morrison were discussing about the record-breaking 10th-wicket partnership in Test cricket as New Zealand tailenders – Henry and Ajaz Patel – put together a partnership of 104 runs for the final wicket.
Morrison, who was on air at that moment, had also been a part of the significant 10th-wicket stand during his playing days, adding 106 runs with Nathan Astle against England in Auckland in 1997.
Talking about the same incident, Bazid mistakenly referred to Danny Morrison as Dani Daniels, an American adult film actress. The error was caught on a video and it quickly went viral on social media.
In response, Daniels tweeted about the incident, adding a touch of humour to the situation.
“Put me in coach!” wrote Dani.
Put me in coach! 😏😂🤍 https://t.co/sc5ciwTN53
— Dani Daniels (@akaDaniDaniels) January 4, 2023
Well, the video has garnered over 3 lakh views after being uploaded online. Needless to say that Twitterati were in splits and shared a plethora of their thoughts in the comments section.
“Need ‘The Boys’ edit on this,” a user wrote.
Need " The Boys " edit on this…😂
— 𝕭aba𝗬aga (@cover___drive) January 3, 2023
Another user commented, “Expected from khoya khoya rahne wala Bazid Khan.”
Expected from khoya khoya rahne wala Bazid Khan
— Milind (@Iam18milind) January 3, 2023
“Just gonna leave this here,” commented a sports lover.
Just gonna leave this here. pic.twitter.com/IBeOxuZ6M5
— Mukhtiar Ali (@MokhtiarAli) January 3, 2023