Australia openers David Warner and Joe Burns came faced each other with all the cricketing gears on. For a change, it wasn't a cricketing competition Warner and Burns indulged in.
The Aussie opening pair were playing rock, paper, and scissors before going out to bat. Rain played a spoilsport for Australia and Pakistan in the day-night Test match. Cricket.com.au shared the video of Warner and Burns playing the game while waiting for the play to start after rain. "Good old rock, nothing beats that!", they wrote.
Warner would like to continue his form from the first Test where he got a hundred. He has already reached half-century on day one. In 30 overs of play on opening day, Australia scored 99 runs and lost one wicket. Warner was on 55* and Marnus Labuschagne added 36*. Burns was dismissed on just four runs by Shaheen Afridi.