David Warner feels ecstatic after the IPL auctions and recently posted a video to express the excitement levels at his home.
Ivy Mae, his elder daughter seems addicted to the SRH anthem “orange army” and seen dancing to it in repeat mode. His little princess Indi Rae was also seen in the video watching her sister dance to the anthem.
An active Instagram user, David Warner (with profile name davidwarner31) always amazes his fans with several posts and videos in and out of the dressing room. Last week, he posted a video where his daughter Ivy Mae was seen imitating The Barmy Army. Ivy was seen yelling “Jimmy Jimmy Anderson”, the way crowd cheered James Anderson in the Ashes.
In his Instagram account, he posted “Ivy Mae already excited about the sunrise anthem. Nonstop wanting to play the song. Looking forward to another amazing season with the orange army”.
The sunrises franchise picked a really strong squad that includes the likes of Yusuf Pathan, Manish Pandey, and Saha. SRH usually known for its pace battery since its inception added young Indian talents Basil Thampi and Sandeep Sharma to make their opportunities count led by Bhuvaneswar Kumar.
The Aussie opener is set to lead the team in the T20 tri-series against England and New Zealand. Having a poor outing in ODI series, Warner is really geared up to give his best in the T20 series.
The series starts on February 2. Australia will face New Zealand in the first match at SCG, Sydney. Sydney is really an emotional place for David Warner as his beloved friend late Phil Hughes breathed his last at this venue. Let’s see how Warner turns Aussies’ fortunes in limited overs cricket.
Videos of New Zealand cricketers training at a gym in Sydney are going viral for the past 24 hours in the social media.