Aussie opener David Warner who also the vice captain of the side, thinks winning against Bangladesh in the upcoming Test series will help them to get the fans back on the players’ side. [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ বাংলাদেশের বিপক্ষে সিরিজ জিততে মরিয়া ওয়ার্নার]
The left-handed batsman had been the most vocal among all the players during the pay dispute and hit out at Cricket Australia (CA) over the handling of the matter for several times on social media.
But now after the resolvement between both the parties, Warner wants to forget everything and concentrate on the game. He thinks that solid performance against Bangladesh will help them to regain the love from the supporters.
“By playing very good cricket. By coming out and trying to win away which is our focus in Bangladesh first, then moving onto the one-dayers (in India) and then obviously we’ve got a big Ashes series ahead,” Warner told the Nine Network’s Sports on Sunday, when he was asked how they would get the fans back on the players’ side.
The dashing opener further added, “We regret the way it’s been played out in the media. We can now just concentrate on getting back on the park. This is done and dusted and some wounds need to be healed.”
To be noted, Australia team is scheduled to tour Bangladesh on 18th August to play a two-match Test series against the Mushfiqur Rahim led side, which will be started from 27th August.
– Nazmus Sajid Chowdhury, Contributor, bdcrictime.com