In the warm-up match played between New Zealand and Australia on Monday night, Kangaroo team’s opener David Warner also got disappointed. Warner has returned to international cricket after losing the captaincy and a place in the playing XI due to poor form in the IPL. Captain Finch had expressed confidence in him and said that he would play for Australia in the T20 World Cup 2021 as an opener, but bad luck is not taking the name of giving up Warner.
Warner was dismissed for a golden duck on the first ball against New Zealand. In an attempt to play a shot from Tim Southee, who brought the first over, the ball went to Martin Guptill in the slips taking the outer edge of Warner’s bat and this player, performing brilliant fielding, caught a surprising catch with his opposite hand. Everyone was surprised to see this catch of Warner. You also watch video-
Talking about the competition, the Kiwi team, batting first, scored 158 runs in the stipulated 20 overs for the loss of 7 wickets. Captain Kane Williamson played the highest innings of 37 runs for New Zealand, while Kane Richardson took three wickets. This target was achieved by Australia with 3 wickets and one ball remaining. Australia’s next warm-up match is now against India on 20 October.