David Warner's recent comment on SRH post suggests he is missing the franchise

David Warner’s recent comment on SRH post suggests he is missing the franchise

Warner was seen commenting on the live video of Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Tom Moody & David Warner
Tom Moody & David Warner. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Veteran Australia cricketer David Warner is going through a very tough phase in his cricketing career. The star opening batsman was recently involved in the ball tampering scandal in South Africa. Following the scandal, he was forced to step down from his post of the vice-captain of the team. Certainly, he did not expect a backlash of this kind from the authorities and the fans.

The fans accused him of disgracing the sport and bringing infamy to the country. Subsequently, he headed back to Australia and a harsh verdict from the Cricket Australia came his way. The CA banned Steve Smith and David Warner for a year. Albeit, the ACA has put forth a suggestion to reduce the ban period, the news stands still for the moment.

Furthermore, the BCCI confirmed that both Warner and Smith will not be allowed to play in the IPL 2018 as well. The Indian Premier League is one of the most celebrated events of the cricketing calendar. The big stars of the game always look forward to the event. And Warner was no exception either. Warner, who was set to lead the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the tournament, is apparently very unhappy with the news of missing the action this year.

It is not tought to guess that even the Sunrisers Hyderabad will be missing his services dearly. Over the recent years, David Warner has been a key player for the team. He was the leading run getter in the previous edition of the tournament. Also, under his leadership, SRH won the IPL 2016.

Recently, the social media handle of the SRH camp went live. Ace pace bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar was seen in the video. David Warner was seen commenting on the video as well. Although he did not write anything in detail, his message to Bhuvi, wherein he wrote “Hello, Bhuvi”, spoke volumes about his emotions.

Here is a screenshot of the message that David Warner sent during the video:

Bhuvneshwar Kumar
(Photo Source: Instagram)

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