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| On Updated : Apr 24, 2020 4:18 PM IST

David Warner Trolls RCB and Virat Kohli for Poor IPL Record

The Covid-19 lockdown has forced the entire World inside their homes. The Cricketers who are generally surrounded by their fans are also confined to their homes. However, the players, as well as various IPL franchises and cricket boards, have tried to maintain the fan engagement. The players have done multiple live sessions with each other and have engaged with fans and have answered their questions. In one such incident, David Warner teamed up with Jonny Bairstow in an Instagram live session.

The dynamic duo of SRH did a candid chat amongst them. The explosive pair of openers took various questions from the fans and answered them in the most fun way possible.

Winning IPL against Kohli most cherished memory: David Warner

The session organized by SRH turned into a fun event amidst the lockdown. However, things took an interesting turn when an interesting question was pointed towards David Warner. A user asked David Warner to differentiate between SRH and other IPL teams.

The SRH skipper did not hold himself back fro taking a jibe at Indian skipper Virat Kohli. He taunted Virat Kohli on his lack of an IPL trophy. He also teased Kohli and hoped that he is watching the session.

David Warner led SRH to a victory against RCB in the final of IPL 2016. Warner still regards that victory as his favorite moment from his IPL journey.

“My IPL favourite memory would be when we won the IPL in 2016. It was fantastic. That's one thing that I will always cherish for the rest of my life. It was a great memory and one of the best. We went on to win the final, it is one thing I will cherish for the rest of my life”

“I am looking out for a Bollywood Career”- Warner

David Warner also revealed one of his secrets. A user asked Warner about one of his secrets which no one knew. Warner gave an interesting reply to the question and stated that he hoped for a bollywood career after retiring from Cricket.

Warner said

“I think after Cricket I am looking out for a Bollywood career. Not sure it is going to work out, but I don’t mind giving it a try. But certainly, not as a dancer, that’s for sure.”

The recent activities of Warner on his social media hinted towards his interest in Bollywood. Warner was seen dancing on the tunes of a bollywood song ‘Sheila Ki Jawani.

Anubhav Bajpeyee @lostwriter09

Cricket, Football and Food in the same order. Can watch Football and Cricket 24*7 and dreams to see India play in the football World Cup. Worships Saurav Ganguly.