David Warner, a man living the fairy tale has proved his Twenty20 innings was no fluke, despite scoring 7 and 5 in his last two games, he managed 69 off 60 balls in the 3rd ODI in fron of his home crowd. I have to assume he plays his village cricket in Sydney somewhere – anyone know more about David Warner?
Most Australians had never heard of him, the South Africans could only have been chuckling yet the modern day fairy tale was witnessed on Sunday when David Warner came out to open the Australian innings.
Those who saw it live witnessed something special, something similar to the 438 game that SA won against Australia a few seasons back, something that will go down in the history books as the best Twenty20 debut ever made. The man had never played a first class game in his life yet he was opening for his country against one of the greatest cricketing nations. Many papers would have had a go at this curious decision made by the selectors.
Warner entered the match as the first man in 132 years to debut for Australia in any format without a first-class appearance to his name.
This was the debut of dreams and I am glad I got to see it