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David Warner scored brillant fifty against Sri Lanka and gained his form Australia opener said that he is not worried about his form AUS vs SL T20 World cup 2021 – Latest Cricket News – T20 World Cup: David Warner got up every single innings answer the question, said

David Warner’s bat spoke fiercely against Sri Lanka in the T20 World Cup 2021. The Kangaroo opener also returned to form with a scintillating 65 off 42 balls and ended the long run drought. This innings of Warner is special in many ways and it must have brought a lot of relief to the Australian camp. Warner’s bat was going silent for a long time and due to this, the Australian opener had to face a lot for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2021 as well. But, Warner has locked the critics’ mouth with his single inning. However, he says that he was not worried about the form at all.

After his brilliant innings, Warner said, ‘When people talk about my form, I find it very funny. I laugh at this. Tonight, of course, I had to start fresh. Everyone was talking about my form, which I was not bothered about at all. I just wanted to go there and start off well. That’s what we were all trying to do so that we can put pressure on the bowler. Responding to Critics? No not at all. This is the world of sports. When you ride high, you have to ride bad times, you have to be confident, keep a smile on your face and don’t let it affect you.

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Warner hit 10 fours during his swashbuckling innings of 65 runs and batted at a strike rate of 154.76. Australia chased the target of 155 runs from Sri Lanka in 17 overs. Captain Aaron Finch played a brilliant innings of 37 runs in 23 balls, while Steve Smith remained unbeaten on 28. In the bowling, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Adam Zampa took two wickets each for the Kangaroo team. This is Australia’s second consecutive win in the T20 World Cup.

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