WATCH: Hasan Ali shakes a leg at barefoot circle event ahead of Australia Test

Pakistan’s exuberant fast-bowler adds touch of entertainment to cricket with his exciting dance moves

Pakistan pacer Hassan Ali dances during barefoot circle ceremony

Often called the “dancer” of the team, Pakistan’s exuberant fast-bowler Hassan Ali has come up with another treat for his fans, as his latest video while shaking a leg went viral.

The cricketer displayed his dancing skills once again during the Barefoot Circle ceremony, a customary tradition, especially in Australian cricket, which marked the beginning of the Test match in Perth.

The event took place on the initial day of the first Test between Pakistan and Australia, where Hasan Ali enthusiastically participated in presence of both the teams.

The spontaneous dance moves by Hassan, who moved with a local performer, garnered applause from not just his teammates but also from the Australian players and the spectators in the stadium.

Fans took to social media to share the delightful moment, commending Hasan for injecting a touch of amusement into his serious role as a pace bowler.

Remember, Pakistan reached 132-2 after dismissing Australia for 487 at stumps on the second day of the first Test in Perth on Friday. The visitors still trail by 355 runs in their first innings.

Abdullah Shafique and Imam-ul-Haq gave Pakistan a solid start as they added 74 runs for the first wicket. However, Lyon gave Australia a breakthrough after dismissing Shafique for 42.

Captain Shan Masood looked good during his 30 runs, in 43 balls, but he was also dismissed towards the close of play after chasing a wide delivery from Mitchell Starc as Alex Carey completed the catch behind the stumps.

However, Imam played a resolute knock and was unbeaten on 38 runs while facing 136 balls.

Earlier, Australia were dismissed for 487 in their first inning as pacer Aamer Jamal, who is making his debut, claimed a six-wicket haul for Pakistan.

Jamal was on song as he claimed four out of five wickets that fell on the second day during Australia’s batting. The right-armer finished with figures of 6 for 111.

The other debutant for Pakistan, Khurram Shahzad, claimed two wickets. Meanwhile, Shaheen Afridi and Faheem Ashraf bagged one each.

David Warner top-scored for the hosts with 164 runs, meanwhile, Mitchell Marsh scored a quick-fire 90 runs. 

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