T20 World Cup: Never play to silence criticism, says David Warner; it’s all about putting pressure on bowlers.

T20 World Cup: Never play to silence criticism, On Thursday, as he struck his first T20 half-century since April, David Warner said he was only thinking about creative ways to put pressure on the Sri Lankan bowlers and was unconcerned about critics.

Warner scored 10 boundaries in his innings on Thursday.

David Warner, Australia‘s opening batsman, claimed he was unconcerned with critics and merely wanted to put the Sri Lankan bowlers under strain. Warner hit 65 off 42 balls for his first half-century in T20 cricket since April, overcoming a run of poor form that saw him booted from the SunRisers Hyderabad side for this year’s Indian Premier League.

T20 World Cup: Never play to silence criticism, Warner was dismissed for 14 runs against. South Africa after scoring a duck and one run in Australia’s two warm-up games. On Thursday, he hit his first boundary off Sri Lanka’s mystery spinner Maheesh.

Above all, Ashwin in the practice game trying the same stroke.” “We know which bowlers are bowling what. For instance, Were the fields are, and how to put pressure on them.” If it’s going to come off, it’s going to come off.

“They certainly have their carrom ball coming straight down the line as they come over the wicket. Therefore, Two (fielders) out to protect, you have to trust yourself.

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