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T20 World Cup 2022: Australia will not bow down, will enjoy listening to David Warner's Hindi, watch video

T20 World Cup 2022: Australia will not bow down, will enjoy listening to David Warner's Hindi, watch video

 New Delhi: All 12 teams of T20 World Cup have been decided.  The highlight of the tournament will be the match between Australia and New Zealand on Saturday.  Australia, who are busy preparing for the T20 World Cup, will be looking to win their second title at home.  Before this thorny match, Australia's stormy batsman David Warner stole the show by speaking some dialogues in Hindi.

  Don't screw up Australia

  Warner has also been seen rocking Hindi songs in the past.  Now he has spoken Hindi in such a way that cricket fans are enjoying themselves.  Warner said in a video uploaded by the ICC – Australia will not play.  As Warner says - a voice from behind - Weldon.  After that Warner says – A bit of Hindi… Cricket fans are enjoying these dialogues of Warner a lot.

  Warner has come by storm.

  Talking about Warner, he was the highest run-scorer for Australia last year.  Recently he returned after storming the West Indies and England.  His presence on the field has always fascinated cricket fans.  It is expected that he will increase the enthusiasm of cricket fans with his performance.  Talking about the match, the defending champion Australia is a strong team in this match played at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

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  However, the home team will not take the Kiwis lightly.  The Black Caps were finalists in the previous T20 World Cup.  Good batting is expected from the pitch for the match.  The average score at this point is 162, the average first innings score is around 165.  The captain who wins the toss can bowl first.  It will be interesting to see how Australia performs in this match. 


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