Salman Butt says “Full marks to Warner for game awareness” in T20 World Cup 2021

Salman Butt says “Full marks to Warner for game awareness” in T20 World Cup 2021. Butt has praised Warner for showing excellent game awareness. Also, hitting a Mohammad Hafeez no-ball. Which bounced twice, for six during the semi-final. Warner’s sportsmanship has been questioned by some former cricketers. For shattering Hafeez’s delivery, which did not come out correctly. Butt saw nothing wrong with Warner’s actions. Warner’s sportsmanship has been questioned by some former cricketers. For shattering Hafeez’s delivery, which did not come out correctly. Butt saw nothing wrong with Warner’s actions. According to Pakistan’s former captain. The Australian opener should be commended for adhering to the regulations. In addition, making the most of the opportunity.

“Full marks to Warner for game awareness. He was mentally aware that it was a no-ball and capitalized on it. He knew what the rules were. It was an awkward low ball that bounced twice and Warner still managed to smash it for a six. It was very quick feet movement and great thinking,” Salman Butt said.

The debate of Warner’s act is against the spirit of cricket. Also, Butt countered whether batters would not hit full tosses. Just because the bowler did not get it right.

“Lot of people are saying it is against sportsman spirit. But the law allows you to do it. It was a kind of loose ball. Would a batter let a full toss ball go because the bowler did not get it right? What Warner did was exactly what he should have done,” Butt said.

Salman Butt says “Full marks to Warner for game awareness” in T20 World Cup 2021

Salman Butt

Furthermore, Warner top-scored for Australia in the T20 World Cup 2021 semi-final against Pakistan with 49. The Aussies chased down 177 to book their place in the final against New Zealand. Hasan Ali has been another matter of debate in the wake of the team’s loss to Australia in the semi-final. Butt expressed disappointment over the personal abuse of the cricketer and his family.

“Lastly, it is unfortunate. Let’s not do things that hurt people. Take sport as a sport. If someone is not doing well, criticize his performance, question his place in the team, but not his family and personal life. That’s not the way to go. You can always criticize a sportsperson for his performance as a professional but don’t get personal or question his beliefs,” Butt said.

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