Flamboyant and aggressive left-handed opener of Australia David Warner, state it is not good to poke someone like Virat kohli on the field that only makes him more aggressive and dangerous. Australian team would definitely avoid to do this during the India tour of Australia later this year.
Player like Warner are always aggressive on the field when it comes to sledge but there is quite a change in his behaviour after he received 12 month ban from cricket Australia for the ball tampering incident during the South Africa series.
Talking on an episode of the India Today Inspiration series, David Warner said:
“Virat Kohli is not a person to be poked and no point poking the bear.”
The left handed cricketer along with Steven Smith was not part of ally when Australia lost the series to India 2-1 back then In 2018-2019 season.
David Warner said the wounds are deep and he is looking to redeem everything from India and he also stated series will be high voltage like the famous matches between India and Australia.
There are news and even Warner says he will definitely play in IPL this year if World T-20 gets terminated. Although, rumours are IPL can happen in the month September and October if the board of council decide to terminate World cup T-20 only if the situation of COVID-19 is in control.
Talking about the coming hurdle, David Warner said:
“It would be very surreal playing against India without the crowd. I want to be selected and be part of that series. Last time we were not bad but we were beaten by a good team and their bowling was relentless.
Now, India has got the best batting line up and our bowlers will like to target and the Indian crowd will be eager to see that. Look, most definitely all the players who have been selected and picked in the auction will put their hand up if we are permitted. One we have to get government clearance as well to travel. If Cricket Australia allows us to go over there and participate, I am sure the guys will definitely be on board with that to be back up and running and playing cricket again.”