David Warner cheers for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League. David Warner of Sunrisers Hyderabad was in the stands cheering on the Orange Army. During their encounter against the Kolkata Knight Riders in Dubai. The former IPL-winning captain did not travel to the stadium for Sunrisers. Warner made his first appearance in the stadium on Sunday after getting dropped from the playing XI. Also, after their encounter against the Punjab Kings on September 25.
Moreover, the champion opener was wearing the franchise’s jersey. Also, waving their flag. He even posted a selfie with fellow teammates Virat Singh and Veer Pratap Singh. Warner’s relationship with Hyderabad resolves to the hilt. During the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. The Indian leg when the run-machine captain suddenly. It is started looking like a mere mortal for the first time since 2014.
David Warner was a bank of runs for Hyderabad. Not only did he churn out 500+ runs every season. But it used to score them at such a pace and so consistently that it used to mask their soft underbelly. Their skilled bowlers used to do the rest. This year, runs were hard to come by for Warner. When they did come, like in the game against CSK in Delhi 57 off 55 balls. They assist the opposition more than his team.
The fact that Sunrisers Hyderabad was on a losing spree. They had a proven leader in Kane Williamson available. Also, the management took a desperate decision to strip the Australian from his leadership duties.
In reality, David Warner cheers and Sunrisers Hyderabad was on a losing spree. They had a proven leader in Kane Williamson available. Also, the management took a desperate decision to strip the Australian from his leadership duties.
Lastly, Warner only got a chance to play in the starting XI. At the start of the UAE leg because Jonny Bairstow wasn’t available. Also, he registered scores of 0 and 2 didn’t help his cause. And he was once again benched, this time for Jason Roy.