David Warner’s Hilarious Response On Not Scoring Hundreds In IPL 2022. Warner, the Delhi Capitals’ batter, was at his best against SRH, scoring 92 runs off 58 balls.
David Warner, a left-handed batter, has been one of the most consistent performers in the Indian Premier League (IPL), and he is the fourth highest-scoring player in the cash-rich league overall, with 5,762 runs in 158 matches. The opener, who is now playing for the Delhi Capitals, has four hundreds in the tournament. Warner is the fourth-highest scorer in the current season with 365 runs in eight games. The batter was at his best against SunRisers Hyderabad, scoring 92 runs to win the match.
The left-handed batter has four half-centuries this season, but the three-figure mark has eluded him. However, after the game against SRH, Warner stated that he will leave the task of scoring hundreds to Rajasthan Royals batsman Jos Buttler.
IPL 2022: Buttler is the leading run-scorer this season, with 588 runs in 10 matches and three tons.
“I hope they’re still sleeping (his children), but I think they’re happy. But I didn’t even get a hundred! That’s right, Jeebiess! That (the hundreds) I’ll leave to Jos “Warner stated this during the post-match presentation.
Earlier in the season, Warner stated that his children want him to score a hundred points.
“The kids just want to know why I can’t get a hundred and why I can’t hit sixes like Jos Buttler,” Warner said after a game against Punjab Kings in which he scored 60 runs.
In the game between the Delhi Capitals and SunRisers Hyderabad, the former batted first and posted 207/3 in 20 overs thanks to 92 and 67 from Warner and Rovman Powell, respectively.
Khaleel Ahmed then returned with three wickets as the Delhi Capitals won by 21 runs.