MUST WATCH: Adam Zampa Gets 'cozy' And All 'touchy' With Teammate Marcus Stoinis During Australia's Win Over Pakistan

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Australia continued on their sensational run of form in ODIs in the recent times with a comfortable eight-wicket win over Pakistan at Sharjah on Friday

Written By Narayan R | Mumbai | Updated On:

Australia continued on their sensational run of form in ODIs in recent times with a comfortable eight-wicket win over Pakistan at Sharjah on Friday.

The Aussies, who came into this fixture on the back of a closely-fought, brilliant ODI series against India, looked on song right from the offset against 'Men in Green'. They bowled brilliantly to restrict the hosts to a low score, and the one back of a century by skipper Aaron Finch, chased the total with ease.

As far as the on-field matters are concerned, fans would have enjoyed the manner in which the Kangaroos played, both with the bat and ball. Though, it wasn't the action on the field which caught the eye of the most.

During the mid-innings of Australia's batting, the camera panned to the dressing room of the visitors. And what the camera caught was hilarious, to say the least!

All-rounder Marcus Stoinis and leg-spinner Adam Zampa were sitting together in the dressing room. But in a funny turn of event, the camera managed to catch the latter getting cozy with his teammates.

Zampa could be seen trying to give a kiss on the cheek of Stoinis. After his attempt failed, he pulled the all-rounder closer to him and started playing his hair and right cheek. 

A social media user found this hilarious incident, and posted the video on Twitter.

When it comes to the cricketing action, the first ODI of the series between Pakistan and Australia was dominated by the visitors all along. 

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Batting first, the hosts could only manage 280 for 5 in their 50 overs, that also thanks to an unbeaten century by Haris Sohail. In reply, the Aussies were always on-par with their target, and never seemed like losing.

Skipper Finch scored a brilliant century as the visitors completed a comfortable win with an over to go. He was duly supported by Shaun Marsh, who ended unbeaten on 91.

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