David Andrew Warner |Australia Cricket Players | T20 World Cup

David Andrew Warner is an Australian cricketer. An explosive left-handed  opening batsman, Warner is the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for a national team in any format without experience in first-class
cricket. Born on 27th October 1986 & his is height 1.71 m.

David Andrew Warner Personal Information

David Andrew Warner Born:-Oct 27, 1986 (29 years) David Andrew Warner Birth Place:-Paddington, New South Wales
David Andrew Warner Height:-1.70 m
Batting Style:-Left Handed Bat
Bowling Style:-Right-arm legbreak
David Warner had one of the most memorable debuts in international cricket, when he was plucked from obscurity – without having played a single First-Class match – and made a stunning 89 off 43 balls in a T20l against South Africa. The innings was all the more remarkable due to its timing, coming as it did after a morale-shattering home Test series loss for Australia in 2008-09.  In the Ashes series in Australia in 2013-14, he scored runs freely and
emerged as the highest run-scorer. He scored 523 runs from five matches at an average of 58.11, which included two hundreds and two fifties. Despite his heroics, Delhi didn’t retain him for the IPL season 2014 and he was later snapped up in the auctions in February 2014 by Hyderabad for a whopping amount of Rs 5.5 crores.
Warner was the second highest run-scorer for Australia in the 2015 World Cup. He amassed 345 runs in 8 games, which included a dashing 178 against Afghanistan, helping Australia to post 417 on board – the highest ever World
Cup total.  Warner was named the captain of SunRisers Hyderabad in the eighth edition of the David Andrew Warner IPL.

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