‘Me and Kane Williamson doing TikTok videos,’ David Warner reacts to ICC’s isolation game
David Warner and Kane Williamson play for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL.
Updated - Mar 22, 2020 8:06 pm
Cricketers’ life has come to a standstill after the authorities postponed or cancelled the tournaments due to COVID-19 outbreak. There is nothing much left for them to do but to spend some time on social media and with their near ones. Meanwhile, ICC came out with a number game for the cricketers and fans. Even, David Warner came out with a hilarious response over the same.
Coronavirus is spreadng at a very high rate. And, the researchers are giving their day in and day out to develop a vaccine for the same. On the other hand, the people are told to stay back at their home for some days until the conditions come under control. The same goes for the cricketers and they have found different ways of spending their time off from cricket.
David Warner and Kane Williamson once again in the same team
Meanwhile, ICC opted a way to interact with the fans and players as they shared a post in which they mentioned the names of 12 cricketers, one for each month in the year. Also, they wrote, digits from 0 to 9 and in front of every number, a task was mentioned like shadow practice, making Tik Tok videos, watching highlights of 2005 Ashes, playing rock scissors and many more.
The task was to pick the month in which you were born and the last digit of your mobile number will define the task an individual will do with that particular cricketer. ICC took to their Twitter handle and shared the post that read,” Your birth month is the cricketer you get to spend time with and the last digit of your phone number is what you are doing.”
Soon, David Warner, the left-hand Aussie opener replied saying that he had to make Tik Tok video with New Zealand skipper, Kane Williamson. Actually the birth month of Warner is October and the last digit of his mobile number is 1. So, he was given a task of creating Tik Tok video with Kiwi skipper. The Aussie skipper took to his official twitter handle and wrote, “Me and Kane Williamson doing TikTok videos.” Co-incidentally, David Warner and Kane Williamson play for the same franchise in Indian Premier League (IPL).
Here is the post from ICC:
Who is your quarantine partner ❓ pic.twitter.com/LWfV56Xko0
— ICC (@ICC) March 22, 2020
Here is the reply from David Warner:
Me and Kane Williamson doing TikTok videos 😂😂 https://t.co/XhHBwryEZu
— David Warner (@davidwarner31) March 22, 2020