WATCH: Indian spectator gives hilarious reaction when asked to move beer glass during WTC Final, video goes viral

The fan looked confused as he did not understand what he was being asked at first. The hilarious video was shared heavily by social media fans.


WATCH: Indian spectator gives hilarious reaction when asked to move beer glass during WTC Final, video goes viral

Indian fan asked to put his beer glass down (Images via Twitter)

The World Test Championship (WTC) Final is not going according to India’s plan and they are on the verge of losing the ultimate Test at The Oval. Australia will start to bat from 123/4 on Day 4 and are currently leading by 296 runs. Off the field, however, fans are enjoying some hilarious moments which have been made viral on social media platforms.

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During a tea break, former cricketer turned commentator Harbhajan Singh was analyzing the game when the cameraman caught an Indian with a beer glass. In the background, the man was simply standing in the stands when a crew member asked him to put his beer glass down.

The fan looked confused as he did not understand what he was being asked at first. But eventually, he understood the gesture and put down his beer glass. The hilarious video was shared heavily by social media fans.

Watch the video here:

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What happens if WTC Final ends in a draw?

What happens if WTC Final ends in a draw?
IND vs AUS WTC Final 2023 (Image via Twitter)

There were no ups and downs for Australia in the WTC Final so far. Steve Smith and Travis Head put Australia in the driver’s seat after their centuries took them to 469.

India on the other hand, struggled from the very start. They could do less with Ajinjka Rahane‘s 89, Shardul Thakur’s 51, and Ravindra Jadeja‘s 48, reaching only 296 in their first innings.

Australia in their second innings scored 123/4 and as mentioned already, they are trailing by 296 runs. Australia are expected to win this coveted cup if are able to bundle out India in the second innings. However, if India manage to save their wickets and play for a draw, and if the match is drawn, tied, or abandoned, then Australia and India will be declared joint WTC winners. Also, a Reserve Day is there on June 12 which can be used to make up for any loss of playtime.

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