Cricketers Glenn Maxwell and Peter Siddle have both been involved in fiery gestures.
"Congrats to Pakistan on their win yesterday", his photo tweet read.
Australia's star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has clarified his account of events after a video appeared to show him snubbing a handshake from Pakistan captain Safraz Ahmed, following a backlash from commentators and fans on social media. It was a genuine oversight on my behalf and I'm now looking for Sarfraz in the hotel to shake his hand and congratulate him and his team for the series win.
The act flies in the face of the era of good sportsmanship new Test and ODI skipper Tim Paine has been driving - Australia shakes hands with teams at the start of series - to fix Australia's image after the ball-tampering scandal.
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Earlier this year, the Australian cricket team was hit with a ball-tampering scandal which led to bans for ex-skipper Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft. However, Maxwell's incident will once again raise questions whether the Kangaroos have any intention of walk the talk or if it was mere lip-service.
While Sarfraz fell for a 19-ball 28, Zaman went on to score a fabulous 91 to help Pakistan win the tri-series by six wickets and four balls to spare.
Expressing happiness over the efofrt put by his side, Sarfraz said, "It was a great team effort".
"Towards the end they bowled really well and we just kept losing a few wickets which stalls your momentum a touch". There were a couple of drop catches and misfielding. Fakhar Zaman has been playing well in the series. The Pakistan cricket team retained their No.1 ranking in T20i cricket.