BPL 6: Warner bats right-handed smashes Gayle


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In the matter of ball-tampering, international player David Warner was dropped from the team for a year. At this time he is on fire in the Bangladesh Premier League.

Warner bats with the left hand but he showed that he can bat with right hand and also capable of putting a storm shot. David Warner is representing Sylhet Team as captain in the Bangladesh Premier League.

David Warner batted with his right hand and hit Gayle on one six and two fours. Warner has allotted a warning to the opposition bowlers before returning to international cricket in this innings. The ban on Warner is going to end in March this year.

Against BPL 2019, Warner scored 61 runs in just 36 balls and he remained unbeaten. Sylhet Sixer batted first, scored 187 on five wickets in 20 overs against Rangpur Riders. Warner’s innings included six boundaries and two sixes.

During Sylhet batting, the viewers were surprised when Warner decided to bat of Chris Gayle’s off-spin bowling in the 19th over of the innings with the right-hand bat. On the first three balls of the over, batting with the left hand, Warner was able to score only two runs. When He batted with the right hand and hit six on the next ball.

With this sixes, he completed the half-century. On the next two balls, Warner made four boundaries. He batted with the right hand and scored 14 runs in three consecutive balls. After his innings, Warner said, “I play golf on the right hand, so I thought of batting with the right hand to apply the boundary.”


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