Fans react on David Warner’s awesome gestures to a young Aussie fan

Australian star opening batsman David Warner not only makes a successful comeback to the international cricket but also showing his wonderful gestures towards his fans and supporters. He gave his man of the match award to a young Aussie fan yesterday after the match against Pakistan. [বাংলায় পড়ুন: বিরল দৃষ্টান্তে প্রশংসার জোয়ারে ভাসছেন ওয়ার্নার]

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The top-order batsman scored his first international century yesterday on June 12 at The Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton after his comeback to the national team following his 1-year ban for Newlands ball-tampering scandal. Warner scored 107 runs off 111 balls with 11 fours and one six against Pakistan that helped his team to secure the comfortable 41-run win against the Men in Green.

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Eventually he was awarded man of the match award for his superb performance. Warner talked with fans and took pictures with the fans after the finish of the presentation ceremony. And when he was posing with fans, a young boy in Australia pullover along remaining close to the fence alongside his dad – two yellow bits in oceans of green – Warner gave his man-of-the-match honor to the youthful fan with his autograph.

“I feel awesome,” the youthful fan told the ICC Digital Insider Zainab Abbas after the match. “It’s really cool to have that. We were simply waving the banner and he just came over and offered it to us. I really like him,” the youthful fan included.

Warner has been in superb form since his return to the international cricket. He’s currently the second highest run-scorer in this World Cup with 255 runs at the average of 85.00 and just behind five runs from Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan.

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