David Warner Receives Backing From Brett Lee, Says Dropped Sunrisers Hyderabad Player Was Not Even Allowed To Go the Stadium During IPL 2021

Sydney, Oct 26 (IANS) Former Australian tempo bowler Brett Lee has come to the help of embattled country-mate David Warner, saying that the veteran opening batsman was “poorly treated” all through the Indian Premier League by his franchise, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). Warner, who’s at the moment in the UAE with the Aaron Finch-led Australian aspect for the ICC T20 World Cup, was the SRH captain earlier than he was eliminated and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson handed over the reins after a string of reversals for the Hyderabad franchise throughout the India leg of the profitable league in May. SRH completed at the backside of the desk in the IPL 2021 season, which was accomplished in the UAE just lately, with Chennai Super Kings rising champions. David Warner Gears Up for AUS vs SL T20 World Cup 2021 Game, Posts Photo in Team Australia Jersey

The 34-year-old Warner scored 195 runs in eight video games at a median of 24.37 and was dropped from the squad in the direction of the finish of the IPL season. He has scored 17 runs in his final 5 T20 innings for the Sunrises and Australia (14 vs South Africa in ICC T20 Super 12 recreation). But Lee was assured that Warner will quickly discover kind and confidence.

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“The tide will turn, he’s a class player, you don’t lose class overnight. The thing I’ll say about David Warner is he was so poorly treated throughout the IPL,” Lee advised SEN Breakfast on Tuesday. “To firstly get stripped of his captaincy, then to be dropped from the Sunrisers Hyderabad team, not being allowed to go to the ground — if you want to wreck someone’s confidence for a few games, that’s the best way to do it. He’s always been one of the top run-getters in the T20 format, certainly in the IPL.

“I’m anticipating large issues from David Warner, and I reckon he’ll flip his kind round,” added Lee. Australia will take on Sri Lanka in their second T20 World Cup ‘Super 12’ match in Dubai on October 28.

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