WATCH: Mohammad Rizwan's hilarious "thandi thandi rabri" comment is caught on stump mic during West Indies Test

The result will be a huge positive for Pakistan, especially after their defeat in the opening Test match.

Saurabh GangulyAuthor

Updated - 25 August 2021 02:10 PM

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Pakistan registered a 109-run win over West Indies in the second Test match to draw the series 1-1. While it was Fawad Alam's unbeaten hundred in the first innings that helped them post a competitive 302/9 in the first innings, Shaheen Shah Afridi's 6/52 helped the visitors bowl out the home team for 150. Later Pakistan declared for 176/6, giving West Indies a target of 329 runs.

However, despite a couple of brief resilient knocks from Kraigg Brathwaite and Jason Holder, the West Indies could not save the Test match and ended up getting bowled out for 219, handing the visitors a win. Shaheen was the star yet again as he scalped 4/43. While the result will be a huge positive for Pakistan, especially after their defeat in the opening Test match, a clip doing the rounds on the internet shows that their players were having fun even inside the stadium.

Wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan, in fact, made a hilarious comment from behind the stumps, trying to motivate his bowlers to bowl their hearts out. In a clip doing the rounds on the internet, Rizwan can be heard saying, "Is Garmi mein na. Rabri ho thandi thandi," he told bowler Nauman Ali on the final day of the Test match.

Check out the video here:

Netizens were also quick to react to this video with a Twitter user saying that the Pakistan players are always thinking about food. "Pakistan walo ka khane pe bada dhyan rhta hai... Sarfraz bhai the hmare ek.. Wo bhi wicketkeeper hi the.," he wrote.

Another user can't wait but imagine the banter when India and Pakistan will take on each other in the T20 World Cup in October. "Just imagining the banter when Ind plays Pak later this year…..will be some vintage one-liners especially from the Punjabi boys!," the user said.

Rizwan had earlier taken a splendid catch near the boundary line at fine leg running all the way from his position behind the stumps during the first Test. However, the home team had managed to narrowly win that match by 1 wicket after Kemar Roach's unbeaten 30 and Jayden Seales' 2 and their last-wicket stand helped them cross the line.


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