Mustafiz gives emotional message to Warner

The opening batsman of Australia, David Warner who has been banned by Cricket Australia for 1 year will won’t be available in the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) too. After the ball tampering scandal, Warner stepped down as captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Couple of days later, it was announced that both Warner and Smith can’t play in IPL. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ ওয়ার্নারকে মুস্তাফিজের আবেগি বার্তা]

In the ninth edition, both Warner and Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman played for Sunrisers Hyderabad and both were an integral part of the winning team. The relationship between Warner and Mustafizur on and off the field was quite remarkable and noticeable.

As Mustafizur isn’t good in speaking English, Warner tried to learn Bangla just to communicate with him and in various press conferences, Warner praised Mustafizur for his bowling and his nature as a person.

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After the heartbreaking press conference where Warner broke into tears, many cricketers around the world tweeted in support of the former Australian vice-captain. And, that includes Mustafizur too who will badly miss his former captain in the upcoming Indian Premier League.

Mustafizur tweeted: “@davidwarner31 means a smiling face to me, who always inspires and provides support to do others level best things. It’s really tough to accept your current condition. Please don’t break down; stay strong & positive mate. Will miss your guidance in this year’s IPL.”

Meanwhile, Mustafizur is already on his way to India to play the eleventh edition of IPL. He will be playing under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma this time in Mumbai Indians who will be defender their title.

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