Australian opener David Warner experienced a delightful reunion with his beloved Hyderabad fans during the World Cup warm-up match against Pakistan at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on October 3.
Australia, batting first, posted an imposing total of 351/7 in 50 overs. Warner, who had been in good form during the Indian ODI series, provided a quick start by scoring 48 runs from 33 balls. Additionally, he bowled two overs in the second innings, conceding 41 runs.
During the second innings while fielding, David Warner delighted his Hyderabad fans by performing his signature dance moves when a song from the movie “Pushpa” was played at the stadium.
You can view Warner’s dance to the “Pushpa” song in the video provided below:
David Warner is ready to take part in his third ODI World Cup
David Warner is poised to participate in the ODI World Cup for the third time in his career. His World Cup journey commenced in 2015, where he clinched the trophy on his first attempt while playing at home.
Throughout his 18 World Cup matches, David Warner has notched up an impressive total of 992 runs, maintaining an average of 62. This includes three half-centuries and four centuries.
Here is Australia’s full schedule for the ICC ODI World Cup 2023:
Match 1: October 8 – India vs Australia, Chennai, 2 pm (IST)
Match 2: October 12 – Australia vs South Africa, Lucknow, 2 pm (IST)
Match 3: October 16 – Australia vs Sri Lanka, Lucknow, 2 pm (IST)
Match 4: October 20 – Australia vs Pakistan, Bengaluru, 2 pm (IST)
Match 5: October 25 – Australia vs Netherlands, Delhi, 2 pm (IST)
Match 6: October 28 – Australia vs New Zealand, Dharamsala, 10.30 am (IST)
Match 7: November 4 – England vs Australia, Ahmedabad, 2 pm (IST)
Match 8: November 7 – Australia vs Afghanistan, Mumbai, 2 pm (IST)
Match 9: November 11 – Australia vs Bangladesh, Pune, 10.30 am (IST)
Australia’s 15-player World Cup lineup includes:
Pat Cummins (Captain), Steve Smith, Cameron Green, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Sean Abbott, Marcus Stoinis, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, David Warner, Mitch Marsh, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Starc.