Azhar Ali Just Got Run Out In The Most Hilarious Way And The Internet’s Having A Field Day

By Biya Haq | 18 Oct, 2018

See what we did there?

LMAAAAOOOOO, AZHAR ALI JUST GOT RUN OUT IN THE MOST HILARIOUS WAY LMAAAAAAO.

Okay, like yeah it’s quite embarrassing and all and this is pretty much a flashback of another dazzling moment in Pakistani Cricket history:

BUT LIKE LMAAAAAAO.

During a test match against the Australian Cricket team in Abu Dhabi, literally, everything else went out the window when Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq both stood in the MIDDLE of the pitch, watching the Aussies run them out.

Legit, watching.

Naturally, the Internet is not about to let this stunt go anytime soon.

NOWHERE anytime soon.

People are literally DUMBFOUNDED.

Lmao, whatever happens in this match, unfortunately for the team yet fortunately for laughs, this moment will go down in Cricket history as one of the most Desi run-outs ever.

What did you think of the run-out? Let us know in the comments below! Love you.

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Cover photo source: MangoBaaz/@GreatTalhaMalik Via Twitter 

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