David Warner plays gully cricket with Mumbai youngsters, watch video

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David Warner, who is in Mumbai to play in the India vs Australia ODI series, decided to play some gully cricket before the tournament begins

David Warner plays gully cricket

David Warner shared a video on his Instagram handle, where he could be seen having a fun time with the children. A few of his fans also joined him to play the friendly match

David Warner playing
cricket with fans: Video

David Warner was seen dressed in a t-shirt, shorts and sneakers. He played a defensive shot to a delivery bowled at him. He wrote, “Found a quiet street to have a hit.”

David Warner’s gully
cricket match in India

The video featuring David Warner playing gully cricket went viral with more than 3.2 million views. One of the netizens wrote, “'David Warner be like - gully cricket is more difficult than international cricket” while the another one wrote, ''Such a humble man.”

David Warner’s gully
cricket video goes viral

Left-handed batter David Warner was ruled out of the final two Tests against India due to a hairline fracture on his left elbow. He had to undergo treatment in Australia and is now back for the series

David Warner’s injury

David Warner had earlier shared a selfie while sitting in a car. He captioned it as ''Out and about,'' as a kaali-peeli taxi driver flashed a thumbs up sign to him

Australian cricketer
Warner in Mumbai

Ahead of the Men IPL season, David Warner has been announced as the captain of Delhi Capitals in the absence of injured Rishabh Pant. Warner has prior experience in leading an IPL team. He was the captain of the Sunrisers Hyderabad side that won the title in the 2016 IPL season

David Warner: Delhi
Capitals captain

Rishabh Pant’s absence will be felt by Delhi Capitals as he is a strong player and a leader. He was involved in a grave accident as his car hit the divider and caught fire near Uttarakhand. He has suffered multiple injuries on his back, head and feet. He is undergoing recovery

Rishabh Pant’s
recovery update

IPL Men 2023 is set to begin in March and will continue till the end of April. Currently, the first-ever season of Women IPL is taking place

IPL 2023

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