Source: Twitter (hazharoon)

Australian all-rounder Ben Cutting sent a cheeky response to ex-Pakistan bowler Sohail Tanvir four years on from a previous feud the pair were involved in.

In 2018, Tanvir gestured 'the bird' on both hands after dismissing Cutting in the Pakistan Super League, with the veteran paceman fined 15% of his match fees for the game between St Kitts and the Nevis Patriots.

Having reunited for opposing teams in the latest season of the PSL, with Cutting representing Peshawar Zalmi and Tanvir featuring for Quetta Gladiators, Cutting had sought revenge over the 37-year-old.

On his way to 36 from 14 deliveries, Cutting dispatched a quartet of sixes off Tanvir's bowling to add a further 27 runs to the veteran's tally off just one over.

After getting the upper hand, Cutting then decided to show the very same gesture the Pakistan paceman prompted four years ago.

As tensions ascended, Cutting and Tanvir looked to exchange words before being separated by the umpire.

Eventually, Cutting was dismissed, with Tanvir catching the Australian's wayward shot off the bowling of Naseem Shah.

Tanvir quickly flipped the bird for a final time as Cutting left the field.

Peshwar posted a first-innings total of 185 and claimed a further two points to go ahead of Quetta in the PSL standings thanks to the 24-run win.