As the sporting activities around the world have come to a halt, cricketers are spending most of their time on social media, where they are indulging in various interactive activities with fans and other cricketers.
Recently, Australian star-cricketer David Warner went live on Instagram with the skipper of the New Zealand cricket team Kane Williamson. During the live session, the two discusses about various things regarding their personal and professional lives.
During the live show, Kane Williamson asked David Warner to chose his three favorite batsmen. To which, David Warner took the names of Kane Williamson, Steve Smith and Virat Kohli and he also mentioned that he would choose these three players to bat for his life. He said:
“I might have you ever, Smithy (Steve Smith) and Virat to bat for my life,”
David Warner then asked Kevin Pietersen to share what he felt after his side lost the World Cup 2019 to the England cricket team. Talking about how it was really emotional time, Kane said:
“That was a really emotional time. But it surely was a form of exhausting to be emotional proper at that time limit. You had been nonetheless very a lot wanting on the subsequent activity at the moment regardless of the ‘n’ variety of issues outdoors of your management.
“It may possibly occur in any cricket recreation, however simply that on this context, it was a World Cup recreation. After the sport, it was fairly troublesome to make sense of it. I believe the factor we might replicate and be happy with was the cricket we performed.”
“We noticed all through the World Cup how a lot the surfaces diversified and what the great rating was. 230-240 was fairly aggressive and we managed to get an aggressive whole within the ultimate at Lord’s. To return out and take wickets on the floor was fairly good as nicely.
“After the sport, I simply didn’t really feel I had the best to complain about an excessive amount of simply because we had been in a position to put out a robust efficiency. It was determined by the issues which had been outdoors in your management.”
Meanwhile, David Warner, Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson, and Steven Smith were all set to take part in IPL 2020, which has now been suspended because of the Coronavirus pandemic. IPL 2020 was initially scheduled to start from March 29, however, it was suspended till April 15 but as the lockdown was extended due to the rapid increase in the Coronavirus infected people, IPL 2020 was again suspended till further notice.