Pressure will be on India: Pak skipper Babar Azam on the mega clash in T20 World Cup 2021
3 Sep 2021
Out of form David Warner has more or less confirmed his separation from the Sunrisers Hyderabad camp amid the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League. In reply to a comment posted by a fan on Instagram, Warner said that he will not take the field for the orange army anymore while asking for continued support for the side from his fans.
Warner has been grappling with a serious dip in form and he has been dropped from the playing XI on two occasions in this edition. He has managed only 195 runs from eight innings at an abysmal average of 24.37 and strike rate of 107.73.
Warner has been an iconic player and leader for the Sunrisers in their glorious past as he was the only captain to lead them to the championship in the 2016 edition.
He also has been their most successful batsman with more than 500 runs in each of the last seven editions before the ongoing one that will see his departure from the orange army camp.
Incidentally, he was stripped off from captaincy and the Sunriers first decided to think past him for the first time before the first round of the game against the Rajasthan Royals and his fate has all but ended before the second round of clash between the sides.