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  1. William, the new Prince of Wales, gets emotional while meeting with the crowed outside the Westminster Hall
  2. In older video, Khan had said that she would have "broken his face" if Hussain had said to her what he said about Junaid Jamshed's mother
  3. Prince Harry?s brother, Prince William, and father, Prince Charles, were reportedly left ?very angry? after his Oprah interview
  4. Australian cricketer and the number one batter in the longest format of the game according to ICC rankings, Marnus Labuschagne recently shared a picture from his official Twitter handle talking about his last cup of coffee ‘with the Pakistani sunrise’ as Australia’s tour of Pakistan comes to an end. Enjoying my last coffee with the Pakistani sunrise. pic.twitter.com/lBomDC9esa — Marnus Labuschagne (@marnus3cricket) April 6, 2022 It was for the first time since 1998 that the men from Down Under visited Pakistan and their time in the country has been bitter-sweet both on and off the cricket field. For instance, it was Labuschagne who had shared the picture of eating ‘dal and roti’ for lunch “too” suggesting that the touring cricketers were being served the most basic foods during their stay there. Daal and roti for lunch too. Delicious pic.twitter.com/w5KgimFo1N — Marnus Labuschagne (@marnus3cricket) March 11, 2022 Labuschagne also went on to become a part of the international cricket meme-culture after his picture from within the dressing room went viral, shortly after he was run-out on Day 1 of the second Test match at Karachi’s National Stadium. It is safe to say that despite winning the Test series 1-0 and the solitary T20I match, the trip wasn’t the greatest for the 27-year old. So his Indian fans were asking him to ‘choose his words carefully’ when he talked about enjoying his final coffee in Pakistan. Choose your words correctly... the words last and Pakistan don't go well together ! — Shivasis Mohanty (@DrShivasis) April 6, 2022Last for this tour* Marnus. We hope to see you back on the next tour to because we have yet to give you standing ovations for s at our grounds as we hoped to! Thank you for coming and safe travels home! — Sarah (@SarahShah_85) April 6, 2022Means u will not come back again to Pakistan? https://t.co/PgijsSmdVC — Ankit (@Ankit86035831) April 6, 2022Last Coffee in Pakistan https://t.co/Uh4UAkdRu9 pic.twitter.com/HIPBeAs3lk — Rodony𓃬 (@Rodony_) April 6, 2022The sides exchanged handshakes before the scheduled completion of play on Day 5 of Test 1. Pakistan's total score in the match was 728 for 4, with Australia's Steve Smith describing the pitch as "dead" and benign. Match referee Ranjan Madugalle afterwards judged the pitch as "below ordinary." After Australia declared on 556/9 in their first innings, Test 2 ended in a draw on the fifth day, with Pakistan's Babar Azam making 196 runs in the fourth innings. In the final session of play, Australia won Test 3 by 115 runs to win the series 1–0. It was Australia's first Test series victory in Asia since 2011 and their first Test victory in the region since 2017. After Travis Head's century, Australia won the first One-Day International by 88 runs. Australia scored 348/8 from their 50 overs in the second match, with Ben McDermott getting his first ODI century. In response, Pakistan reached 349/4 in 49 overs, with centuries from Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam, to set a new record for Pakistan in an ODI match. With another century from Babar Azam, Pakistan won the third ODI by nine wickets to claim the series 2–1. Pakistan had not won an ODI series against Australia since June 2002. Australia ended the tour with a three-wicket victory in the one-off T20I match. View the full article
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