The Australian men’s cricket team is currently in Pakistan after 24 years for any cricketing segment, and they are enjoying every bit of it in Pakistan. Their batters have also been welcomed with a paradise of the wicket for the batsman in the first test at Rawalpindi. Players like Marnus Labuschagne and Usman Khawaja have also got some time to know the Pakistani culture and foods which they are sharing on social media platforms.
The mood is Australian camp is looking relaxed which is visible both on and off the field, In a recent video shared by the Australian skipper Pat Cummins on Instagram, wicket-keeper Alex Carey was seen absent-mindedly walking into a swimming pool!
The Australian arrived in a new hotel in Karachi for the second test match, which is played from 12th March at the National Stadium in Karachi. In the video, Carey was seen having an intense conversation with his teammates; so much so that he failed to realize that he was walking on the opposite side of the gate! As a result, Alex Carey ended up walking and falling right into the swimming pool, much to the joy of his teammates and fans who are watching on Instagram.
It took Alex Carey a few more seconds to recover after falling into the pool and once he did, he took out his phone from his pocket and tossed it to his teammates.
Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee tweeted that Carey’s “phone will be ringing wet (sic)”.
Australia will be hoping that the positive mind of the team will be displayed in the second match after the pitch of the first test match was rated below average by ICC where batsman enjoyed their time in the middle.
Since the pitch was rated below Average by ICC, Australia may get a more challenging wicket this time with a lot more turn and bounce which can churn out a competitive match for both the fans and players.
Enjoy Alex Carey accidentally walking straight into Australia’s hotel pool 😂
— 7Cricket (@7Cricket) March 10, 2022
What we’ve all been waiting for.
The full angle of Alex Carey falling into the pool at the team hotel in Karachi.
— Lachlan McKirdy (@LMcKirdy7) March 11, 2022