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[Watch] Hasan Ali's Hilarious Dance Moves Leave MCG Crowd Into Splits

image-lqox0lj5Hasan Ali signing a fan's forehead at MCG (X.com)

A gripping test match between Australia and Pakistan is underway at Melbourne Cricket Ground. The hosts fought back with the ball after the Pakistani pace attack rattled the Aussie batters. 

The Australian bowling unit bundled Pakistan with a 54-run lead and stepped out moments later to set up a target. Despite being in the driver's seat, Australia succumbed under pressure, losing four wickets with a mere 16 runs on board.

Fortunately, Steve Smith and Mitchell Marsh rebuilt Aussie's innings with a 150+ run partnership before Marsh lost his wicket to debutant Mir Hamza.

Amid a tense and gripping contest, Pakistan's front-line fast bowler Hasan Ali tried to ease the tension by engaging with the crowd in a hilarious manner.

Hasan Ali Spins MCG Crowd On His Tune

Ali was asked to field on the boundary rope, wherein the spectators behind him were imitating his movements. As Hasan caught wind of that, he also decided to play along.

Hasan Ali deliberately made uncanny moves and, out of nowhere, started dancing. Not only that, the crowd behind him also followed his cue and imitated the pacer's steps. 

The entire humorous incident was captured on camera, and commentators and the players on the field burst into laughter. Later, Hasan Ali and the crowd applauded each other for being an absolute sport.

Amid an uneasy environment, Hasan Ali's uncanny nature and tactics indeed lifted up the players' spirits. Often, during stressful moments, players forget to enjoy the game. 

Thus, the Pakistani pacer's light-hearted and carefree nature is a perfect testament to how the players must remain at ease irrespective of the match situation.

That being said, the boxing day test between Australia and Pakistan is currently evenly poised. Marsh and Smith are back in the dugout due to nervous hour dismissals. 

The hosts still hold 241 run lead, and an addition of 100 runs from here on could turn the odds in Australia's favour.