Australia’s tough opening batsman David Warner is known for his dynamic decisiveness. But the cricketer who has shown his skills time and again with the bat in his hand, also shows his artistic side with a telephone in his hand. Former India player Yuvraj Singh also acknowledged Warner’s social media activities and came up with his own hilarious response.
Yuvraj Singh gives David Warner a new name
The Australian batsman recently shared a video on his Instagram account, where he combined clips of Hrithik Roshan’s scenes from the superstar’s hit movies. The catch here, however, was that the left-handed had turned himself into the popular action star, challenging his fans to guess the movie star’s name. While most of his followers were quick to guess Hrithik Roshan’s name given the actor’s enormous popularity, Yuvraj Singh came up with a hilarious response from himself.
The ex-player from India commented on Warner’s viral video, labeling the cricketer as ‘David Roshan’. The reaction left fans in splits, praising the 39-year-old for his witty sense of humor. As of now, the specific comment has garnered more than 9000 likes on the social networking platform for photo and video sharing.
India vs Australia 2020: David Warner Injury Update
The star strike man’s injury was a major concern for the hosts prior to the opening test. David Warner’s injury news forced the Aussie think tank to go back to the drawing board to come up with the ideal opening combination. The player suffered a groin injury while playing in the second ODI against India and also had to miss the subsequent ODI and the T20I series. In a recent conversation with the Australian sports radio network SEN, the 34-year-old hinted about making a comeback for the Boxing Day Test match.
India vs Australia 2020: Can India make a miraculous comeback in the absence of Virat Kohli?
After a humiliating defeat at Adelaide, the visitors try to fight their way back through the series. Ajinkya Rahane will take over the captaincy from Virat Kohli, who is about to fly back to India for the birth of his first child. The two teams collide on December 26. The second Test is played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Fans in India can watch the live action of the match on the Sony Pictures Sports Network (SONY TEN 1, SONY TEN 3 and SONY SIX) and the SonyLIV app.
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