“Run machine is back with 24 runs in his first over”- Netizens erupt as Mitchell Marsh, David Warner unleash FIREWORKS to make mockery of Haris Rauf

By conceding 24 runs, Haris Rauf has now become the third most expensive bowler from his country in the history of the ODI World Cup.


“Run machine is back with 24 runs in his first over”- Netizens erupt as Mitchell Marsh, David Warner unleash FIREWORKS to make mockery of Haris Rauf

Mitchell Marsh, David Warner, Haris Rauf (Images via X)

The match between Australia and Pakistan is currently underway at the MA Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, meaning, the cricket enthusiasts will see powerful hittings from the batters from both sides on Friday (October 20). The short boundary and a way too batting-friendly pitch make it a bowler’s nightmare, and it happened. Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf had to face the onslaught of Aussie openers David Warner and Mitchell Marsh.

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This happened in the eighth over when Rauf came to bowl his first over. On his first delivery to Warner, the Aussie opener sent the ball over the fine left boundary for a six. When Marsh came on strike, he joined Warner and smashed the ball for a four.

When the Pakistani supporters thought this was the end of Rauf’s misery, Warner added salt to the wound by another boundary, and hence the Pakistan paceman conceded 24 runs in the single over. Fans flooded X with hilarious reactions, including with memes to mock Rauf.

Check a few tweets below:

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Haris Rauf bowls the third most expensive over by a Pakistani bowler in ODI World Cup history

By conceding 24 runs, Haris Rauf has now become the third most expensive bowler from his country in the history of the ODI World Cup. He is only behind Abdul Razzaq and Shoaib Akhtar.

WATCH: Mitchel Marsh, David Warner unleashes FIREWORKS to make a mockery of Haris Rauf in Bengaluru
Haris Rauf (Images via X)

Razzaq and Akhtar recorded the unwanted feat in the 2011 World Cup in a match against New Zealand. While Razzaq conceded 30 runs, Akhtar was hit for 28 runs.

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Meanwhile, in the match, David Warner reached his century and is still playing. But Marsh, after his ton, departed for 121 runs. Australia scored 280-plus runs in 38 overs for two wickets and if they don’t lose quick wickets, they can cross 350.

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