There was only ever going to be one player to win player of the series against Pakistan after David Warner posted centuries in both matches in a 2-0 series victory.
But it was his unusual and personal response during his interview with Fox Sports cricket commentator Isa Guha that had fans in stitches.
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Guha was asking Warner to whether his achievements during the series, which included a record-breaking triple century, had sunk in.
But the bullish opening batsman responded with a personal quip.
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“It might tonight in the early hours probably, with my wife,” Warner said.
“Less about that,” Guha responded, prompting a laugh out of the pair.
Guha quickly moved on after the hilarious moment.
Lyon wraps up Test series
Nathan Lyon has spun Australia to a series whitewash over Pakistan, taking five wickets on Monday to finish off the innings-and-48-run victory in Adelaide.
After David Warner hit a ground-record triple-century and Mitchell Starc took six wickets in the first innings, Lyon roared to life on Monday to complete the job in the second Test.
Quiet in the first Test-and-a-half of the two-match series, the offspinner took 5-69 on Monday to have the tourists all out for 239.
It was the 16th five-wicket haul on his career, and took his tally of scalps at the ex-groundsmen's former workplace of Adelaide Oval to 50 - the second most of all time and six behind Shane Warne.