Everyone was talking about my form but I wasn’t worried, says Warner
The Daily Guardian|October 30, 2021
Australia opener David Warner has said he wasn’t worried about his lean patch despite everyone talking about his form in the last few days.

David Warner and Aaron Finch set the tone with a 70-run opening stand as Australia chased down a target of 155 against Sri Lanka on Thursday. Warner was going through a lean patch but the batter made sure he smashed his fifty right when Australia needed him the most.

“I had to start fresh. Everyone was talking about my form but I reiterated that it’s not the thing I’m worried about, it’s about going out there and starting well. Finchy started well, we gelled well out there and applied pressure to the bowlers,” said Warner in the post-match press conference as per ICC.

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