Teenage quick Naseem Shah will have to do better than this to get David Warner riled up.
The 19-year-old Pakistani speedster put a target on Warner’s back during day three of the first Test as Australia tried to bat itself back into the contest in Rawalpindi.
After surviving the opening stages, Shah turned to the short ball and eventually struck Warner who misjudged the bounce.
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Shah pounced on the opportunity to try and intimidate the player nearly twice his age, walking right down the pitch to Warner where he gave him a serve.
Warner laughed it off, completely unfazed by the staredown.
After all, it was hardly Mitchell Johnson spitting fire.
The next ball dropped at the feet of Warner who scooped the ball up and placed it back in the hand of Shah, who was still heated.
Warner gave him another smile and a pat on the shoulder before carrying on with his business.
Some of the reaction was savage (see below).
The pair do have some history. In 2019, when Shah was just 16 and touring Australia, his first Test wicket was almost Warner but it was denied by a no ball.