The captaincy is gone, and there is no room in the team; Warner now sees the game in the gallery!

DUBAI: Australia’s David Warner, who lost his captaincy and then his team status following a loss of form during the IPL season, has finally come to the gallery to support Sunrisers Hyderabad. Warner, who arrived at the gallery wearing a Hyderabad jersey during the match against Kolkata, also shared a selfie with teammates Virat Singh and Veer Pratap Singh on social media.

It was news that he did not make it to Warner Stadium for the first 2 games after losing his place in the team. Hyderabad coach Trevor Bayliss explained that Warner’s absence was due to the senior players leaving on a rotation basis to give the youngsters a dugout experience. However, there are indications that the 34-year-old Warner is parting ways with the team.

Warner, who has scored over 500 runs for Hyderabad in six consecutive IPL seasons, did not shine this time. With this, Kane Williamson was given the task of team management captain. Warner also lost his place in the team when England’s Jason Roy became the opener.

Warner later tweeted that he would not be in the dugout to support the team in future matches.

However, despite Warner Gallery’s support, Hyderabad’s subsequent defeats did not end there. Hyderabad, who lost to Kolkata by 6 wickets on Sunday, remain at the bottom of the points table. Against Kolkata, Hyderabad scored only 115 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs.

English Summary: David Warner cheers for the Sunrisers Hyderabad from the stands