DC VS RCB: David Warner reacts to viral pics of daughters crying after his dismissal

Delhi Capitals opener David Warner played a brilliant innings as he scored 66 runs off 38 balls on Saturday. During this match between DC and RCB, Warner’s daughters Ivy Mae and Indi Rae appeared in the stands and enjoyed the match. When Warner got out, they seemed upset.

Warner played an impactful knock and kept his side in pursuit. (Image: BCCI/PTI)

Delhi Capitals opener David Warner played a brilliant innings as he scored 66 runs off 38 balls in Saturday’s IPL 2022 match against Royal Challengers Bangalore. He hit his 2nd consecutive fifty of the season. He was fired by Wanindu Hasaranga in the 12th and his daughters seemed upset about the dismissal.

During this match between DC and RCB, Warner’s daughters Ivy Mae and Indi Rae appeared in the stands and enjoyed the match. When Warner got out, the kids were caught on camera looking dejected.

Warner played an impactful knock and kept his side in pursuit. However, Delhi Capitals fell 17 runs short of the 190-run goal.

Warner responded to the viral video on Monday and took to Instagram and wrote a message for his daughters.

PHOTO GOES VIRAL

David Warner and Prithvi Shaw got DC off to a flying start as they raced to the 50 in 4.4 overs in response to Royal Challengers Bangalore’s 189.

But when Shaw got out, DC struggled to keep up the same pace as Mitchell Marsh struggled to find his timing.

It was all David Warner in that partnership between the two Australians. Mitchell Marsh just couldn’t hit the ball despite his best effort. The rustiness was evident as he was slamming in the middle.

Earlier in the day, RCB struggled at one point as they lost 4 wickets for 75 runs, but the 50’s of Glenn Maxwell and Dinesh Karthik took them to the huge total of 189.

Nevertheless, in what was a grueling match between the two sides, Warner’s daughter’s reaction after his wicket tells us all about the emotions that come with a game of cricket.


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