Here are the twitter reactions for the game:
There’s really no debate. What Steve Smith did was massively a) brilliant and b) against the laws.
— Dave Tickner (@tickerscricket) October 12, 2014
So Smith was right.
Umpires apparently were right and Fawad was out. The Playing Conditions (PC) supercede The Laws. PC say he was out. pic.twitter.com/4J4Kl8cou7
— Mazher Arshad (@cricket_U) October 12, 2014
Here is the smart Superman from Australia.
— Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) October 12, 2014
CLASSIC PAKISTAN… #pakvaus
— Innocent Bystander (@InnoBystander) October 12, 2014
Because 2 mins in too mainstream.
1 hour silence for death of Pakistan cricket.
— Nasir Jamshed (@NasirJamshed_) October 12, 2014
Afridi was over confident.
Afridi came down in the final over to celebrate and the batsmen shook him up by not scoring those two runs hahahaha #PakvsAus
— Andy (@BeingContinuous) October 12, 2014
Give them an Oscar.
#PakvAus 3rd ODI. OCT 13 2014. THIS MATCH DESERVES AN OSCAR
— Sonali Dhulap (@pillya) October 12, 2014
Bring back Misbah.
Can’t blame Tanvir & Irfan for trying to hit a sixes when 2 runs were required. They were trying to do what their captain does \O/ #PakvsAus
— Aditya (@forwardshortleg) October 12, 2014
Facepalm to Miandad.
Miandad ne 1 ball pe 6 run bana ke jita diya tha. Yeh log 6 ball pe 1 run bhi na bana paaye. Kya team hai yaar. #PakvAus
— cricBC (@cricBC) October 12, 2014
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