Chris Lynn Trolls Warner for Dancing Video on Instagram
Chris Lynn Trolls Warner for Dancing Video on Instagram

The out break of corona virus did the most un-expected things globally particularly for the past two months. Many scheduled events has been postponed in order to avoid the spread. Many countries restrict the entrance of their non residence while some imposed new law for permitting the foreigners including India.

Warner tried Jadeja’s style

SunRisers Hyderabad captain David Warner, posted a hilarious video on his Instagram handle where he is seen emulating India and Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja’s archetype “sword celebration“.

The batsman, who created a TikTok video, can be seen dancing with his wife Candice to the beats of The Weekend’s hit song ‘Blinding Lights’.

 

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Soon after the video was out, Warner’s teammate Chris Lynn reacted saying he did not approve of his dance moves.

He wrote, “David we need to have a word”. Warner quickly replied to it saying, “about what, I’m 33 and no idea what’s happening. Can you help me pleaseeeeee”.

As for Warner, he should have been India for the Indian Premier League (IPL) leading the SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) side.

Warner, who had recently nominated India and Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli for shaving his head to show support for COVID-19 workers, receiving laughing emojis from Kohli on his video. Apart from Kohli, India and SRH wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha also reacted on the post.

Warner’s favourite IPL moment

Warner had said he considers winning the 2016 IPL title for Sunrisers Hyderabad as his favourite Indian Premier League (IPL) memory.

“My favourite IPL memory is when we won the IPL in 2016. We had a very good tournament, the best thing was we won a lot of close games, it helped in developing a sense of belief within the side. A lot of credit goes to our coaches and mentors at that time,” Warner said in the video posted by the franchise.

“We came up against RCB in Bangalore in the finals, we knew how well Virat Kohli went in that edition, he scored 900 odd runs in the finals, it was about backing ourselves, we won the toss and elected to bat first, I felt like a team our best attribute was defending the totals,” he added.