At the end of the day, the only judgment that matters is we judging ourselves and how much “human” we are. And the same reek off from the things we do for others.
In a kind incident that had the internet talking the other day, the Pakistani Cricket team won the hearts of millions after they proposed dinner to an Indian cab driver in Australia.
The kind gesture was a sweet reply to the cab driver who had earlier refused to take cab-fare from the cricketers. The cab-driver picked up five cricketers, including Yasir Shah, Shaheen Shah Afridi, and Naseem Shah, from their hotel in Australia.
The story was narrated by ABC Radio presenter, Alison Mitchell, during the fourth day of the first Test between Pakistan and Australia. Mitchell while narrating the story to his fellow presenter, former Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson, said that she was travelling on the same cab with the same driver who narrated all that to her.
“He was naturally excited to have them in the taxi and they wanted to go to an Indian restaurant. He drove them to the restaurant and when they got out, he said it’s on me,” Alison described.
The Real Deal
As far as the match is concerned, Australia dominated throughout the first Test against Pakistan in Brisbane. Winning the toss and electing to bat, Pakistan were bundled for a mere 240.
Thereafter, Australia rode on the likes of David Warner (154) and Marnus Labuschagne (185) to post a total of 580.
Despite Babar Azam century in the second innings, Pakistan couldn’t touch the total and lost by an innings and 5 runs.