David Warner After facing the heat of Mohali in the first ODI match against India

The opener of the Australian cricket team, David Warner, has shared the challenges they faced because of the hot and humid weather in Mohali during the first ODI match against India at the PCA Stadium on Friday, September 22.
The 36-year-old described how the weather was quite challenging for the Aussies after coming from South Africa, a relatively cold environment, where they played a five-match ODI series.
On Saturday, i.e., September 23, Warner shared a picture where he could be seen knocked down on the field during the opening game. He captioned the Instagram post: “Someone forgot to switch the AC on today though; really knocked me about.”
Replying to the post, his Indian Premier League franchise, the Delhi Capitals, wrote, "The next match is INDORE; I hope it's cooler there, Davey."
The conditions were so hot and humid that even India's Mohammed Shami had to leave the field after three overs.



Sep 23, 2023 8:25 AM