David Warner‘s commented “Unfortunately won’t be again” in IPL 2021. Warner was released from the SunRisers Hyderabad playing XI. Against Rajasthan Royals, sent the internet into a frenzy with a cryptic comment on an Instagram. “Is WARNER in the stadium? We didn’t spot him?!!” one user talk about on a post by Hyderabad. It is about the match against Rajasthan Royals on Instagram.
SunRisers Hyderabad posted on Twitter
“Unfortunately won’t be again but keep supporting please,” Warner wrote.
“Nope but we will win,” David Warner’s commented.
“Daveyyyy I’m crying take some rest give a power-packed comeback buddy,” Fan commented.
David Warner had a terrible campaign. Also, with the bat saw him dropped first from captaincy and the playing XI. In addition, his comment has sparked speculation about whether this is going to be his final season. Moreover, the team that he has led to the IPL title once.
If David does leave, it would end a 7-year connection with the franchise. He had found his way back into the playing XI. When the Indian Premier League 2021 resumed. After a Covid-enforced break due to the unavailability of Jonny Bairstow.
However, leading to him getting the drop in favor of Jason Roy. He hit a fine half-century on debut for the team. Also, to help SunRisers Hyderabad dig out a 7-wicket win against the Rajasthan Royals.
Lastly, Jason Roy and Wriddhiman Saha got Hyderabad off to a quick start. After Saha’s departure following a 57-run stand. Captain Williamson joined Roy and the two put on another 57-run partnership. He was discharged by Chetan Sakariya, but Williamson and Garg completed. Moreover, chase with relative ease to bring a few grins to the SRH camp. In spite of the group being out of dispute for the playoffs.
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