David Warner, the Aussie opener, is among the first four highest run scorers this year. Warner is fourth with 356 runs, preceded by Butler (588), Rahul (451), and Dhawan (369). But on average, he is second with 59.33, followed by Butler with 65.33. Warner has been famous for the devastating innings he has played these days; in all the formats, his powerful back-arms have amused millions of spectators worldwide.
In Match 50 between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad, he played another outstanding knock of 92 out of 58 balls. His striker’s end partner, Mandeep Singh, was cleared off in the very first over. But, on the fifth ball, after fumbling on the previous deliveries, he got an outside edge on the ball moving away – and it was an easy catch that landed in the gloves of Nicholas Pooran, the SRH keeper.
Warner, however, started with a boundary on the first ball he faced – he had driven that, the ball uppishly passed the diving man in cover and smoothly ran to the fence. Then, after arriving on the mark, they oversaw a splendid shot, this one with magnificent control. Marsh, the man on the first down, hammered the ball down the square leg; he picked up the length very early.
Warner on Kumar’s over seemed a bit uncomfortable, and he started as a careful opener. He shouldered his arms to let the away swinger go to the keeper. Unfortunately, he was beaten on the next ball; Kumar’s swings in both ways with the exact grip – getting toiling trouble for the batter. The fourth ball witnessed another leave, and only one run was scored on the last ball.
Keeping the strike, Warner faced Umran Malik on the next over. Warner found a short-pitched ball directed towards his body on the third ball. In Australia, pitches are bouncy, pacey, and green. It is reasonably expected that Warner would find no trouble dealing with short balls. He pulled it through the square leg boundary. On the next ball, he got back-to-back boundaries; this time, Malik pitched the ball on a length around off stump. With the perfect lifting, Warner creamed the ball through the cover with a textbook follow through and the entire face of the bat. Malik was again punished on the last ball of his over; furthermore, a short ball – directed to Warner’s body was pulled away to fine leg fence for a biggie; it was the maximum!
In the meantime, Marsh was dismissed, and Pant was in the middle. Warner was chewing the gum – full of confidence, and he again arrived on strike on the third ball of the sixth over; this time, he directed the full toss towards the point boundary. Again he got back-to-back boundaries; with another powerful stroke, he thumped the full-length delivery towards long on fence.
On the sixth over, Pant was trying to settle himself, and Warner again got the strike on the first ball of the eighth over. Though only a single came from his bat, the ball was meeting the middle of the bat – on the fifth ball, and he hammered Markram hard to melt the burden mounting for the last couple of overs. It was well-deserved over the boundary, flying over the fielder.
Then onwards, he assisted, hammering boundaries whenever the chance arose, lofting without the risk because wickets were falling. He has been awarded the player of the match. Fantasy cricket sports fans would be happy to find Warner in spectacular form, and it has been tough now to have him dropped. Fantasy cricket is a virtual platform where millions of cricket buffs worldwide can create their team and score points in relation to actual matches. They use their knowledge of cricket and analyze players’ performances to determine whether they should include the player into their team or not. Gramhir is one of the best Instagram analyzer and viewer. Gramhir’s algorithm makes it conceivable for you to examine your own or another person’s Instagram account stats.