After David Warner, his fellow Australian opener Aaron Finch has turn out to be the most recent to get on the TikTok bandwagon amid the lockdown interval because the world fights the coronavirus pandemic. In his newest video shared on Instagram, Finch will be seen dancing in entrance of his canine, after which the canine abruptly runs away as quickly as Finch begins to chase her. Within the video, the right-handed batsman hilariously added a caption which reads “Even the canine cannot stand my TikToks.”
Watch the lovely video of Finch and his canine, Evie, right here:
This isn’t the primary time that Finch has put up a TikTok video loaded with irony. In one other video that he shared on Instagram, he will be seen dancing to some music, which abruptly stops to screams of “No, God. Please no”.
Each time he tries to start out dancing once more, the voice protests once more.
He wrote within the video “What goes by means of my head each time I consider doing a TikTok,” implying that it was his mind that was saying no.
“Over 30 and attempting to bop on TikTok. May follow cricket,” he captioned the hilarious video.
Finch, who leads Australia within the white-ball format, feels the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic would possibly result in a postponement of this 12 months’s T20 World Cup by as much as three months.
“I believe we would need to get our heads round a T20 World Cup that is likely to be postponed for a month, two months, three months, no matter it must be,” Finch instructed ‘SEN Radio’.
Finch feels authorities will should be “inventive” whereas rejigging the worldwide schedule.