David Warner confirms he won't be part of SRH anymore


Sanju Samson-led Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad clashed with each other in the 40th match of the Indian Premier League. After winning the toss, Sanju Samson opted that they would bat first.

They got a good start to their innings as Yashasi Jaiswal started to dominate the opposition bowlers right from first over. On the other side, Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed Evin Lewis for a single-digit score and continued to trouble the opposition.

Then the skipper of the side, Sanju Samson took the charge and played exceptionally well throughout the innings. He scored 82 off 57 balls before being dismissed by Siddarth Kaul. Yashasvi Jaiswal and Mahipal Lomror played a decent knock and added 36 and 29 runs each. In the end, Rajasthan Royals posted a challenging total of 164 runs on the board. 

Summary of the match:

Jason Roy - Kane Williamson

Jason Roy and Wridhhiman Saha kicked off well in the powerplay and added 57 runs before Sanju Samson took off the bails of Wriddhiman Saha. After that, Kane Williamson joined with Jason Roy and took the game away from the hands of the Rajasthan Royals.

Then Chetan Sakariya gave the breakthrough and removed the dangerous Jason Roy for 60 runs. But Kane Williamson stood strong on the other end and guided his team along with the youngster Abhishek Sharma. They chased the target in the 19th over and the Kiwi batsman remained unbeaten on 51. 

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After the completion of the game, the Australian cricketer David Warner surprised everyone on social media. The fans were not happy with the decision of SRH as they dropped him after back to back failures.

One of the fans asked "Is Warner in the stadium... We didn't spot him?!!" David Warner replied to the fan and said "unfortunately won’t be again but keep supporting please." His reply broke the hearts of the fans and looks like he will be not representing the Hydebarad based franchise anymore in the Indian Premier League. 

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