David Warner gave an appropriate response to the critics who scored half a century against Sri Lanka

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David Warner gave an appropriate response to the critics who scored half a century against Sri Lanka

When players like Virat Kohli, Steve Smith, Rohit Sharma are out of shape then only one line is said for them in the cricket world ‘Form is temporary, class is permanent’. This line suits Australian starter David Warner. The player, who made his mark in all three formats, struggled with his form for a while, after which questions were raised about his place on the team. After leaving the captaincy in the IPL, Warner was knocked out of the game XI by Sunrisers Hyderabad and then there was talk in the cricket halls whether Warner could make a place in Australia’s XI in the T20 World Cup.

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Even before the start of this tournament, Captain Aaron Finch had expressed his confidence in Warner, saying: “I am confident in Warner’s ability and decision-making abilities. His performance at the World Cup has been excellent. He is one of the best players in Australia and I have no doubt that he will do well.

After failing in the practice match, Warner’s performance was also disappointing in the first match against South Africa. Warner had scored 14 runs against D.Africa. A great player only needs one ticket to get back in shape. Today Warner had the opportunity and the custom. He seized this opportunity with both hands and played a brilliant 65-run on 42-ball inning for Australia. Warner hit 10 fours in this inning. With this entry, he made great records while responding to criticism. Let’s take a look at these logs:

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