Aggressive David Warner Delighted to Lead Australia at Second Home
Australia stand-in skipper David Warner had expressed an excitement after levelling the ongoing three-match Twenty20 international series against India one-each when the visitors’ all-round show on Tuesday evening helped them to seal the eight-wicket win over Virat Kohli-led India, in the second T20I at Guwahati in Assam.
Owing to the bold style, the 30-year-old Warner leads his side in his way in the shortest version of the game, as he is further enjoying the stint after regular skipper Steven Smith flown home while nursing the shoulder injury during a practice session before the start of the 20-over series.
Owing to the aggressive brand of cricket, the 30-year-old pocket-size dynamo Warner is happy to travel southern part Hyderabad in India which is eventually the home base of the widely-acclaimed Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Warner, who led IPL outfit Hyderabad is enthusiastic to play the series decider at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on October 13, as he has further urged his fans to back the Australian side.
Active on social media platform, Warner took to the photo-blogging website Instagram to express the delight after Guwahati fixture.
“Make sure to get out there and get behind us Aussies,” Warner said in his Instagram post.
The New South Wales-based professional Warner has thoroughly enjoyed levelling the series while reflecting on the performances of players before making the next stop to his second home after Paddington in Australia.
“Absolutely loved it. We are pumped for Hyderabad,” Warner maintained.
Warner, who has further aimed to clinch the series after going down in the five-match One-day international series 4-1 further reiterated it’s going to be a cracker of a contest on Friday evening.
“What a place to play to try win the series. It’s gonna be a great battle out there that’s for sure. 1-1,” Warner concluded.
Warner is hopeful of Hyderabad crowd to play their part in the decider of the T20I series and eventually it would culminate Australia’s month-long limited-overs tour to India which kicked off on September 17 at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai with the first ODI.
During the post-match presentation, Warner further revealed positive approach had played a key role for Australia to make a strong comeback after being low on confidence in the earlier held fixtures.
Moreover, Warner, who took a spectacular catch of Shikhar Dhawan is further eyeing to shred the unimpressive run in the series after scoring just 8 and 2 in the first two T20Is.
The flamboyant batsman has featured in 65 T20Is in which he scored 1,696 runs at an average of 27.35. He smashed 12 fifties while donning national colours in the shortest format of the gentleman’s game.
Here’s the storyline from David Warner:
Absolutely loved it. We are pumped for Hyderabad. What a place to play to try win the series.… https://t.co/7PYwZZ7ihX
— David Warner (@davidwarner31) October 11, 2017
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