Before the T20 World Cup, almost every day there was a discussion about what David Warner would do in the UAE. He had a somewhat chaotic performance in the T20 before the World Cup. That is why the discussion was. But Warner played a key role in helping Australia win the T20 World Cup for the first time. He is the second highest run scorer in the tournament with 279 runs, including three half-centuries and a 49-run innings.
There is a storm of discussion about Warner again, how will he do in this Ashes! The skeptics have brought to the fore the issue of his performance in the 2019 Ashes. Warner has scored 95 runs at an average of just 9.5 in the Ashes in England. Fast bowler Stuart Broad was out seven times.
But looking at the statistics of 2019, it would be a big mistake to measure Warner in this year’s Ashes, says England fast bowler James Anderson. “We’ve played a lot against David Warner,” he said of Warner. We know, I can never say that I was able to sit on it. He is a great batsman, he is very good in terms of quality. ‘
Warner has averaged about 50 runs in 6 Tests. Warner’s total runs in Test cricket is 6311. He has scored 4551 runs in 45 Tests at home at an average of 63.20 with 18 centuries. His highest innings of 335 runs in Tests is also at home. Anderson reminded everyone, ‘His record in Australia is amazing. So we know that the Warner we faced in the summer of 2019 will never be the same again. This time we have to face another Warner. ‘
The same is true of former Australia captain Greg Chappell. Warner should never be underestimated. Referring to Warner’s return to form with the T20 World Cup, he said: But he has proved his importance in the top order. I think he’s even more important in the Test batting line-up. “