David Warner hilariously trolls Australian cricket captain Pat Cummins over Gillette ad


David Warner hilariously trolls Australian cricket captain Pat Cummins over Gillette ad starring New Zealand actor Julian Dennison

  • David Warner poked fun at Australian teammate Pat Cummins on Instagram
  • Came after the Aussie cricket Test captain took part in a paid promotion online
  • Fresh-faced Cummins was spriuking a Gillette razor, much to Warner’s delight

Rugged Australian cricketer David Warner has trolled clean-cut teammate and captain Pat Cummins on social media.

Cummins, 28, was asked by Gillette to literally be the face of a paid promotion featuring on Instagram.

Also starring New Zealand actor Julian Dennison, fresh-faced Cummins can be heard spruiking Gillette’s new ProGlide 5 razor.

Warner saw the irony in always clean-shaven Cummins being used for a men’s grooming campaign, cheekily asking on Instagram ‘What are you actually shaving??’

Plenty of Warner’s Instagram followers enjoyed the public banter, with over 9,600 likes.

Australian cricketer David Warner has ‘viciously’ trolled teammate and captain Pat Cummins on Instagram

Warner was bemused after fresh faced Cummins was singled out by Gillette to promote one of their new razors (pictured)

Warner was bemused after fresh faced Cummins was singled out by Gillette to promote one of their new razors (pictured)

On March 25, Cummins showed his outstanding leadership skills after guiding Australia to a 1-0 series win in Pakistan.

His brave declaration in the second innings of the third and final test shocked many cricket fans, but it proved to be a masterstroke.

‘It’s one of just immense satisfaction for me,’ Cummins said after Australia’s 115-run triumph in Lahore.

‘Everyone is just totally elated.

‘Winning the Ashes series was huge, but winning overseas doesn’t happen very often.’

Only Richie Benaud in 1959 and Mark Taylor in 1998 had previously overseen series wins in Pakistan for Australia.

Appropriately, Cummins delivered the knockout blow, with his 3-23 including the last wicket which delivered victory on day five.

The skipper finished the series with 12 wickets at an average of 22.50.

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