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David Warner shuts Joe Burns with a serious reply over IPL retention

David Warner (image source: Deccanchronicle via AP)

There are people who classify the game of cricket in two ways. One falls under money while the other falls under passion. David Warner, the deputy of Steven Smith is one that sort of a player who plays for the love towards the game. He proved it once again after his reply to Joe Burns comment.

The left arm opening batsman from Australia is undoubtedly one of the best T20 batsmen in the world right now. He is the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad and took them to glory in 2016 when they won the ninth season of IPL. Warner was the crucial part of that team who scored 848 runs in the 2016 season of the IPL.

Warner Burns IPL, Australia
David Warner (image source: Deccanchronicle via AP)

Coming to the story, David Warner who has been retained by Sunrisers Hyderabad for the upcoming edition of IPL expressed his excitement via his official Instagram account by writing ”The moment I got asked to stay @Sunrisers Hyderabad. I am extremely excited to be retained. Looking forward to what will be another great IPL”

Joe Burns, another Australian cricketer took to Instagram and made a comment on Warner’s post by posting the symbol of money repeatedly (indirectly meant that David Warner is playing for money). Replying to Burns, David Warner quoted “That’s why you will never be picked. we love the game.”

However, the reply certainly showed the character of David Warner and his love towards the game. Meanwhile, fans appreciated the reply from Warner and greeted him all the best for the upcoming edition of IPL 2018.

Here is the post:

Joe Burns’ reply. (Picture Source – Instagram)

 

David Warner’s reply.(Picture Source – Instagram)


Written by Prashi Relangi

Cricket is my passion and scripting articles on it is my profession. I just love what I do.

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