Within the absence of cricketing actions amid lockdown interval, cricketers have resorted to interactions on social media to entertain themselves in addition to followers.
Prior to now few weeks, the likes of Kevin Pietersen, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, AB de Villiers, Hardik Pandya, and lots of others have been lively on social media, conversing about cricket and life normally.
Catching up with the latest development was Sunrisers Hyderabad’s retained duo David Warner and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who engaged themselves in an fascinating dialog.
Warner introduced up a hypothetical scenario the place India performs Australia within the T20 World Cup finals, the place Warner faces Bhuvi within the remaining ball of the match, with a boundary wanted off the final ball.
The Australian requested Bhuvi about his go-to ball for the ultimate supply of the match. Additionally, Warner having operated with Bhuvneshwar carefully, he guessed in regards to the latter bowling his trademark knuckleball supply.
To which Bhuvi savagely replied by claiming that he didn’t want to fret about it as he would scalp the prized wicket of Warner within the very first over.
Right here’s the dialog:
— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) April 24, 2020
In a while, Bhuvi concurred that he would plan to bowl a knuckle supply wanting on the gigantic dimensions of the Melbourne Cricket Floor (MCG).
Bhuvi and Warner introduced laurels again residence in Hyderabad after profitable the 2016 season of the IPL. The 2 have been an integral a part of the Sunrisers setup since its inception in franchise cricket, taking on from Deccan Chargers.
Warner introduced his comeback to aggressive cricket after serving ban interval, throughout the 2019 season of the IPL the place he amassed probably the most variety of runs within the event.
The 2 had been slated to participate within the thirteenth season of IPL which has now been postponed indefinitely.
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