T20 WC: Warner becomes player of tournament, wife responds to critics


  • In the final against New Zealand, David Warner gave the team a flying start by scoring an aggressive half-century.
  • In the T20 World Cup, David Warner scored 289 runs in seven innings at an average of 146.70.
  • Warner’s wife, Candice, responded to David Warner’s critics on her Instagram page.

David Warner was instrumental in making the Australian cricket team the T20 World Champions for the first time, scoring an aggressive half-century. The final of the T20 World Cup was played between Australia and New Zealand on Sunday. Australia won the trophy by eight wickets. Warner was named Player of the Tournament.

David Warner scored 289 runs in seven innings at an average of 146.70. Warner was seen on the offensive side and gave Australia a start as expected in key matches of the tournament. Warner scored a total of three half-centuries in the tournament and was instrumental in making Australia the T20 champions.

Warner came to the World Cup with poor form. He played for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League but due to poor form the team did not include him in the final XI in the final matches. IPL-2021 has been a very disappointing tournament for Warner. He was removed from the captaincy and was later sidelined due to poor form.

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However, in the Australian jersey he was seen in the same old estimate and with his explosive performance he has given a scathing response to his critics. Warner’s wife Candice has also responded to Warner’s critics. He shared a picture of Warner with Player of the Tournament on his Instagram page with the caption, “Out of form, to old and slow!” Means formless, age-appropriate and very slow. He also tagged Warner in his post.

Warner hit a half-century off 38 balls with four fours and three sixes. In the left, Mitchell Marsh batted hard to lead Australia to the title. Marsh played an unbeaten 77 off 50 balls and played match winning innings.


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