Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

The second Ashes Test is underway in England with the hosts trailing by 138 runs after Australia posted 416 in their inning which lasted for 100.4 overs. While Steve Smith starred for the visitors as he played a brilliant knock of 110 runs during his stay at the crease in the first inning, Marnus Labuschagne also added some crucial runs, missing his half century by three runs.


However, Marnus was in the limelight for one of his non-cricketing acts. The 29-year-old who was last caught asking for a lighter at the SCG during the third Test against South Africa last year, caught attention when he picked a fallen chewing gum to put it back in his mouth during the second Ashes Test.



  This incident took place on Day 1 of the second Ashes Test when he was quick to pick the gum and put it back in his mouth after a short drinks break.  The video is however doing rounds on social media with fans from all genre dropping hilarious comments. While some have hailed him as a part-time cricketer and full-time environment activist, a few others talked calling it as a no food wastage act.


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