Aussie star Marnus Labuschagne hilariously caught SLEEPING before exploding on realizing he’s ready to hit

FANS were furious after Marnus Labuschagne suffered a rude awakening in Australia’s Test World Cup final against India.

Labuschagne took a nap while David Warner and Usman Khawaja opened the batting at the Oval in London.

Marnus Labuschagne took a nap in the oval


Marnus Labuschagne took a nap in the ovalPhoto credit: Sky Sports
But he had a rude awakening when he was awakened by the roar of the Indian crowd


But he had a rude awakening when he was awakened by the roar of the Indian crowdPhoto credit: Sky Sports

But with just two runs on the board, India’s Mohammed Siraj left Warner behind.

The camera naturally cut to Australian No.3 Labuschagne, who appeared to have nodded off in the London heat.

The Australian was woken by the roar of the Indian fans and hastily grabbed his gloves, racquet and helmet before going out to bat.

The fans reacted stunned to Labuschagne’s faux pas.

One fan joked, “If you keep hitting snooze, you realize you have to be out of the house in 10 minutes.”

Another said: “Labuschagne slept peacefully, Siraj took a wicket and the man had to wake up immediately 😭”

A third added: “Marnus is sleeping. Almost certainly he dreams of cricket. Nobody in the world loves cricket like Marnus.”

While a fourth said: “Well that woke him up. Lively!!”


Australia defeated India by 296 points to take the first inning lead by 173 runs in the final of the World Test Championship.

Labuschagne will be hoping for an improvement on his 26 runs during the first innings as Australia look to secure the Test World Championship ahead of the Ashes looming.


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