David Warner says “Double-bouncer hit for a six” in T20 World Cup 2021

David Warner says “Double-bouncer hit for a six” in T20 World Cup 2021. Australian opener played a fantastic inning against Pakistan in the semifinal match. David Warner scored 49 runs off 30 deliveries before losing his wicket to Shadab Khan. Warner smashed three fours and three sixes in his innings. One of his maximums came off Hafeez’s bowling in the innings’ eighth over.

Since Pakistan failed to dismiss Warner in the powerplay overs. Azam introduced off-spinner Hafeez into the bowling attack to trouble the left-hander. However, Hafeez could not bowl his first ball to perfection. The ball slipped out of his hands and reached Warner. After bouncing twice and showing no mercy to the delivery they smacked it out of the park.

“A double-bouncer hit for six! A gift for Warner.”

David Warner says "Double-bouncer hit for a six" in T20 World Cup 2021

David Warner

Since gone viral on Instagram, gaining over 10,000 likes in 10 minutes. The video has touched 100,000 views on Instagram. Also, Shadab Khan has been the best bowler for Pakistan. And he has taken three wickets in his three overs. While receiving only 18 runs at an economy rate of six. Before Warner and Shadab picked up the wickets of Mitchell Marsh and Steven Smith. Australia is currently 92/4 at 11 overs, with Stoinis and Maxwell in the middle.

Lastly, it will be amazing to witness. If Maxwell and Stoinis can help Australia reach the T20 World Cup final in 2021 by chasing down the 177-run target.

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