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Watch : Right Handed David Warner plays “shot of the tournament” against SRH

David Warner turns right handed and plays hilarious shot against Bhubaneswar Kumar

Delhi Capitals opener has smoked SRH at the Brabourne stadium yesterday. His phenomenal innings blown away his former franchise. Australian opener David Warner played splendid knock of unbeaten 92 runs including 12 fours and 3 sixes.

On the first ball of 19th over during DC’s innings, David turned into right hander and attempted to play a switch hit but experienced Bhubaneswar Kumar cleverly bowled away off stump. Australian opener changed his plan and just touched the ball and guided it towards the fine leg region for a boundary.

“He was looking to play the scoop, actually the switch hit because his bottom hand has now become the right hand. Beautiful! What a great shot this is,” said Sunil Gavaskar during commentating in the match.

Meanwhile, David Warner broke West Indian ‘Universal Boss’ Chris Gayle’s most fifties record in T20 format.

Here is the list of most half-centuries in T20 history:

  • David Warner – 89*
  • Chris Gayle – 88
  • Virat Kohli – 77
  • Aaron Finch – 70
  • Rohit Sharma – 69

Talking about the match, Kane Williamson won the toss elected to field first in the 50th IPL match of the ongoing IPL tournament. Rovman Powel and David Warner’s unbeaten power packed partnership helped DC to reach huge total of 207. In reply, SRH didn’t manage to chase and lost by 21 runs.

Here is the video :

Twitter Reacted On This Shot :

“It’s a really nice wicket, I’ve had some success here. I knew if I played my strokes, it was going to come off. Challenging here in Mumbai with the humidity and I was cooked there towards the back end, I am getting older. Having Rovman at the other end was amazing. I was glad he was at the other end. ” said David Warner during Post Match Presentation.

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