Warner fell short of his century due to a lack of strike in the final few overs, but he still managed to score 92* from 58 deliveries.
With match 50 of the 2017 Indian Premier League (IPL) season approaching, David Warner made it plain that he didn’t require any more motivation to put in a good performance against his former team, Sunrisers Hyderabad. To observe how SRH removed him from the captaincy and afterwards dropped him from the playing XI in IPL 2021 was a spectacle for all to witness. The left-hander, on the other hand, relished the opportunity to bat against his former team, scoring an unbeaten 92 off 58 deliveries.
He had a great opportunity to reach a well-deserved century, but he was unable to do so because he did not get much strike in the final two overs of the innings, which ended up costing him the match. Furthermore, he instructed his teammate Rovman Powell to concentrate on making huge shots rather than worrying about reaching the three-figure mark. Speaking after the match, when asked about his failure to reach the century mark, Warner responded in a funny manner by stating that he has given the task to Jos Buttler, who has been piling up runs and hundreds at will while playing for the Rajasthan Royals this season.
Meanwhile, Warner believes that his daughters will be pleased with the fact that he has scored runs in the tournament. In the beginning of the season, they questioned him about why he wasn’t smashing tons like Buttler had been doing. “I hope they (his children) are still asleep, but I have a feeling they are pleased.” But I still didn’t obtain a perfect score of one hundred! That’s correct, it’s the heebiess! “I’ll leave that (the hundreds) to Jos,” Warner stated after the match, during the presentation ceremony that followed.
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Throughout his innings, David Warner was able to unleash a barrage of shots on the opposition’s bowlers. He also played a switch-hit on his former teammate Bhuvneshwar Kumar, which left everyone in awe of what he had accomplished. When asked about the shot, the southpaw remarked that as a batsman in Twenty20 cricket, one must be creative in their approach. He also revealed that he bats right-handed in the nets when facing spinners.
It looked like Bhuvi was going to bowl a yorker, but it was a little wider.” As I attempted to turn, I remembered seeing Jos play one recently, so I put it into practice in the nets. In the nets, I occasionally bat right-handed against spinners, which is a novelty for me. You have to give these shots a shot. In my head, I was planning on trying to reverse it, but when the ball got there, I simply tried to back-cut it and it came off,” he continued.