KARACHI: Australian cricket team opener David Warner has said that there are many loving people here and the crowd also supported us.
In a virtual press conference in Karachi, David Warner said that the wicket of Rawalpindi was lifeless but we will check the condition before the match in Karachi. “I do not know how many spinners will play in Karachi Test, we want a match in which There are also opportunities for ballers,” he said.
The opener batsman said that so far everything is positive regarding the tour and there are a lot of loving people here, “The spectators in Pindi also supported us. Should be enjoyed during the game, spectators are the most important part of the game so I enjoy them,” he said.
He said the tour after 24 years was a welcome and cricketing success, adding that the PCB and Cricket Australia had worked hard to make the tour possible.
“I wanted to be like my compatriot, the late Shane Warren, who ruled over spin bowling,” said David Warner by adding, “He was a foot player who danced the biggest players in the world on his fingers while I also started my career as a bowler.”
The opener said that it is unfortunate that when there is PSL, I am playing international cricket these days, so it is difficult to participate in a good league.
“I wanted to be Shane Warren, I started my career as a bowler,” he said by adding, “Everything is positive about the tour. There are a lot of loving people here, the crowd also supported us. The PCB and Cricket Australia did a lot for this tour.”