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Dubai: It was not a familiar sight to see one of the world’s best white-ball cricketers cheering on his team from the stands on Sunday. Australia’s premier batsman Warner, who has not been picked for SRH in the last few matches, was finally seen cheering for his team from the stands in Dubai. Also Read – IPL 2021 DC vs CSK Head to Head, Prediction, Weather Forecast, Signs to Play Fantasy: Delhi Capitals vs Chennai Super Kings – 11s for Today’s Match 50 at Dubai International Stadium, Pitch Report, Playing Squad

With the SRH flag in his hand, Warner waved it when something good happened from his side. But it must have been a sight that would hurt SRH fans as they are used to seeing left-arm bowlers smashing the middle. Also Read – DC vs CSK Dream11 Team Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Hints Vivo IPL 2021 Match 50: Captain, Vice-Captain – Delhi Capitals vs Chennai Super Kings, Playing 11, Injury news for today’s T20 match at Dubai Stadium Monday, October 4 at 7.30 pm IST

Furthermore, the SRH opener made his first appearance at the stadium on Sunday after being dropped from the playing XI following their match against Punjab Kings on September 25. Also Read – IPL 2021 Today Match Report, KKR vs SRH 2021 Scorecard: Shubman Gill, bowlers guide Kolkata Knight Riders to 6-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad, keep playoff hopes alive

Here is the video:

ICYMI: Hi@SunRisers fans are here @David Warner31 sending you a wave#VIVOIPL | #KKRvSRH pic.twitter.com/mFej5lRiz7

– Indian Premier League (@IPL) 3 October 2021

Warner has been one of the top run-getters for SRH over the years but hasn’t been in good form this season and that has led to his exit. Earlier in the year, Warner had stepped down as the captain of SRH after poor form in the India leg. Despite the change of leadership, not much has changed for the team as they are at the bottom of the table.

“I think if we get closer to 150, maybe we will be equal. We had our chances to squeeze the scoring but with such low scores it was always going to be tough. We have not been able to identify the correct score throughout the season. We need to go back to the drawing board and reevaluate things,” Williamson said in a post-match presentation after SRH’s 10th loss of the season.

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