SRH vs DC: Ever since David Warner was the captain, he and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have been friends and their friendship has deepened over time. When these two met on Monday, they could not contain their happiness.
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Hyderabad: The team of Delhi Capitals landed against Sunrisers Hyderabad at its own home Rajiv Gandhi Stadium on Monday. in this matchHe was seen returning to his old home. Till 2021, Warner was the captain of Sunrisers and had also captained the team on this ground. Now he returned to this ground as the captain of Delhi and as soon as he returned, he touched the feet of his old partner.
Warner was released by Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2022. In 2021, the team did not do well under Warner’s captaincy. For this reason, the team removed Warner in the middle of the season and made Kane Williamson the captain. Warner was also dropped from the team.
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Warner touched feet
Bhuvneshwar Kumar used to be the vice-captain of the team when David Warner was the captain. Bhuvneshwar has captained the team many times in Warner’s absence. The friendship of these two is considered very good. On Monday, when Warner saw Bhuvneshwar Kumar on the field, he ran to him and started touching his feet. Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked him up and then both hugged.
Both talked again. During this, both were seen laughing. Ishant Sharma was also standing near these two, who is currently a part of Delhi Capitals and has also played with Warner in Hyderabad.
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Warner’s bat failed, team hit
Warner played a lot of cricket at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium but this batsman could not show his bat here. Warner could only score 21 runs in this match, but his teamDefeated in his own house. Delhi won the match by seven runs. Batting first, Delhi scored 144 runs losing nine wickets. Hyderabad could only score 137 runs in 20 overs losing six wickets.