David Warner gets a chance despite ball touching stumps twice but bails don’t fall

David Warner gets a chance despite ball touching stumps twice but bails don’t fall

David Warner gets a chance despite ball touching stumps twice but bails don’t fall(pic source: thesportsrush/Twitter)

Australia have whitewashed Sri Lanka in three-match T20I series. David Warner have unbeaten in this series and score 217 runs with the help of two half-centuries and one century. During the third T20I, When David Warner was batting, the ball was touched the stumped twice but bails don’t fall. After this, Bowler couldn’t believe it on.

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David Warner was looking in red-hot form in this series from the first match. Now Australia will be thinking that he continue his form in the upcoming Pakistan series that will start form tomorrow. Warner awarded with the player of the series award.

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After winning the player of the series award, David Warner said, “More importantly for us as a team it’s fantastic. Our bowlers made our job easy at the top in the second game. I’m happy with my form personally. It helps to get back into form with the small total on the board. Fewer risks to take. We are looking ahead to take on Pakistan at the SCG, so looking forward to that. Lots of pace in that attack, and hopefully I’ll find the gaps and not the fielders in the series.”

Australian captain Aaron finch in the post-match presentation, “It was pretty clinical once we got into a routine. The way the bowlers set it up for us over the last two games, it was outstanding. To restrict Sri Lanka, who are a dangerous side, to 120 and 140 was exceptional. I think every game is a different challenge and a different surface, so it’s important to bring in your best, in terms of preparation and mental side of the game too. When your backs are against the wall, the players need to stand up. When you’ve got two spinners in the side in Australia, it’s different for us, and Agar and Zampa have done extremely well.”

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