In the middle of the match, the little fan asked for a T-shirt from David Warner, the cricketer showed ‘kindness’ like this

After the end of T20 Cricket World Cup, ODI series is being played between Australia and England. The first match of the ODI series between the two teams was played on Thursday at Adelaide’s ground. In this match, the Australian team won by defeating England by 6 wickets. A video related to Australia’s star opener David Warner is making headlines on social media, this video is from this match. Batting at a strike rate of 102 in this match, David Warner scored an inning of 86 runs.

Little fan asked Warner for this T-shirt David Warner batted brilliantly in the first match of the three-match ODI series. Together with Travis Head, he shared a 147-run partnership for the first wicket. With 19 balls remaining, the Australian team won this match. In this match, not only because of his batting but also because of his witty reply, Warner became famous, the video of which is going viral on social media. Chasing the target, the Australian team had reached the 46th over when a small fan with a poster appeared on the screen on the ground. It was written on this poster, David Warner, can I have your T-shirt?

Warner looted the party with his answer- When David Warner, who was present in the dressing room during this incident, saw this child on the screen, he did not delay in answering. Like a young cricket fan, he held up a poster that read, “Take one from Marnus.” Warner’s fellow player Marnus Labushen was sitting next to him. Then another kid sitting next to this little cricket fan got up and showed a poster in his hand that read, “Marnus, can I have your t-shirt?” Seeing this action of the little cricket fan, all the spectators present in the stadium also started clapping. Commentators and Australian players also laughed at this. After this, David Warner agreed to give the shirt to the little fan while pointing a thumbs up on the screen.

Chandan Kumar

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