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David Warner's condition after getting suspended from Australian team will bring tears in the eyes of his fans; see viral video

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 23 April 2018, 8:41 IST
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Australian cricketer David Warner, who has been banned from the team for 12 months due to ball tampering scandal along with the former team skipper Steve Smith made the cricket world to be ashamed of them. Well, many players come in support for the two players that the punishment given to both of them is too harsh. But Cricket Australi Board stuck to its decision and banned the players for 12 months.

Well, David is also not playing for IPL this year due to this reason but his fans are missing him badly and all of them wanted to know what he is doing these days. So, are you also one of them then, we are going to tell you about the player today.

A video of David Warner went viral over the internet these days which have brought the tears in the eyes of his fans.

In the viral video, Warner seems to be walking on the street side lonely and what he is doing will make emotional to all of us.

See the video:

 

Well, we can understand that how the player is missing his game that he even gave the imaginary stroke on the roads.

Another new is also doing the rounds these days that David has been captured at the construction site. Yes, he has become the construction worker and emerged in a white hard hat and black singlet working that made everyone shocked and shaken up.

Reportedly, he has been spotted working on the building site of his new home in Maroubra, New South Wales.

David Warner (Instagram)

 

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However, Australian former vice-captain Warner had unreservedly apologised for his part in the ball-tampering scandal and said it was a decision he 'will regret as long as I live.'

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First published: 23 April 2018, 7:38 IST
 
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