The absence of David Warner was clearly present in the last year edition of IPL despite Kane Williamson did exceptionally well with his willow and with his captaincy. Finally, he made his comeback into the tournament and announced himself in a style. Meanwhile, VVS Laxman lauds his work ethic and execution.
David Warner announced his comeback in a style by smashing a scintillating knock for Hyderabad at Eden Gardens. His brilliant knock helped Sunrisers Hyderabad to put a massive total on the board. Later, he continued in the remaining games and also bagged a century.
David Warner’s work ethic is exemplary – VVS Laxman
The flamboyant Indian cricketer showered words of praise on the Australian cricketer for his tremendous exhibition of skills.
“David Warner has been outstanding. There is little sign that he has been out of international cricket for a year. His work ethics are exemplary, and I can see the hunger and desire in his eyes,” he said.
Further, he went on to write saying that Jonny Bairstow has been a superb addition for the team. The flamboyant batsman quoted that the Englishman has been brilliant for the team in the new season.
”Jonny Bairstow is an excellent addition. He has the same culture of togetherness that we foster in our group, and has fit in seamlessly,” Laxman added.
There is too much experience and Class for SRH:
Further, VVS Laxman expressed his delight for the return of franchise after the loss facing Kolkata Knight Riders. He believes that there are a great experience and the class in the franchise with experienced players in the side.
”From our point of view, I am delighted at how well Hyderabad have bounced back from defeat in our opening match, against Kolkata. The beauty of our franchise is that the shoulders and heads never drop. There is too much experience, quality and class among the playing group for that to happen.,” he concluded.
Well, as VVS Laxman said, Sunrisers Hyderabad has got a lot of flexibility to the team. They got brilliant all-rounders, who can step up to the occasion when it matters the most.