David Warner responds to fan who asked him to quit the Cricket and suggested another profession

David Warner is having a great time in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy he scored 69 off 76 balls in the first match and 83 off 77 balls in the second match of the series against Indian Cricket Team.

Warner also had a terrific IPL season as he scored 548 runs in 16 matches for Sunriseres Hyderabad this season, he led Sunrisers to Eliminator 2 where they’ve got beaten by Delhi Capitals.

David Warner became trending all over the Internet for his dance on the Telugu songs and he has often referred has “David Mama” by the Telugu fans.

recently a fan asked him to take a leave from the Australian Cricket and start acting in the Telugu Film Industry which is popularly known as Tollywood.

For this, David Warner replied by saying “do you think they will allow me to” You can find his reply screenshot below in the article.

Coming to match, India Cricket Team also lost the second ODI match and ceased the series to Australian Cricket Team. Australian skipper Steve Smith is awarded man of the match for his knock of 104 from 64 balls his innings included 14 fours and 2 sixes with a strike rate of 162.50.

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David Warner Reply to a fan:

Opener David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Glenn Maxwell and another opener Aaron Finch all scored half-centuries which helped Australia to set a behemoth target of 390 in front of the Indian Cricket Team.

Coming to chase a target of 390 at the SCG, Indian Cricket Team ended up scoring 338 in the given 50 overs by losing 9 wickets. Hopes of India winning the match were alive until the consecutive wicket fall of Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja in the 47th over which is bowled by Pat Cummins.

Indian Skipper, Virat Kohli scored 89 runs off 87 balls to become the highest run-scorer for India In this match, KL Rahul, on the other hand, scored a half-century.

David Warner responds to fan who asked him to quit the Cricket and suggested another profession
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