David Warner, the Australian opener, is in India for the 13th edition of Border-Gavaskar Trophy and after humiliating the hosts in the first game of the 4-Test series by winning it in just three days and 333 runs, his team has every reason to cherish the moment.
Yesterday, Michael Clarke, a former Australian player and now a commentator, was seen trying his hand in driving an autorickshaw and enjoying the Indian tour. Clarke shared his experience through social media and posted a video of him driving the ‘Tuk Tuk’ on the streets of Bengaluru, like a boss.
And now, it was David Warner who was enjoying the ever so beautiful weather of the city with his wife and 2-year-old daughter Ivy Mae Warner. The family was enjoying a quiet walk around the hotel, in which the Australian team is staying, when David Warner was mobbed by fans as everyone wanted to capture the moments on their phones through a selfie.
Warner, as humble as a person he is, happily obliged with the requests and clicked some pictures with his fans, while his wife, Candice recorded the whole event. However, Ivy seemed frustrated with his father ignoring her for the fans and tossed up the tic-tic she was eating in the air, looking as cute as a little angle.
David Warner has a huge fan base all over the world, due to his aggression on the field and his humble persona off it. Candice Warner tweeted the video accepting the fan love and her daughter’s dejection.
— Candice Warner (@CandiceWarner31) March 3, 2017
The Australian opener also felt sorry for her daughter and reacted to her wife’s Tweet.
Ivy not happy she was brushed haha. Threw her tic tac😂😂@CandyFalzon https://t.co/4HI02SqOhg
— David Warner (@davidwarner31) March 3, 2017
Also Read: India vs Australia 2017 2nd Test Preview
India vs Australia 2017 Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2nd Test is scheduled at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru on 4th March and David Warner will play a pivotal role from the Australian side as the pitch at offer perfectly suits his batting style. Meanwhile, Australia is leading the series with 1-0 after defeating India by 333 runs at Pune.