It’s good to get going with run-a-ball than boundaries always: David Warner
David Warner, the Man of the Match for the first final of the CB series, between Australia and Sri Lanka said that it was good to hang in there for the first few overs and go with run-a-ball than to go for the big ones, when the runs are coming in easily. Warner said it is always hard to get the scoring done when under pressure, when he was not scoring much in the one-day format lately, and this being a final match it was a pressure, but the opening batsman didn’t feel pressurized from anyone before he came out to bat today when Australia were batting first in the finals.
“It’s good to get a hundred-run partnership with Wade, and hope there are many more”, “I’ve always said myself, look it through the first 10, and then look around and it would be an easy game, but Cricket is not an easy game (laughs) and you gonna try to get through those first ten overs”.
Talking about the problems he had with the groin, and the reason behind his resting during the Australian defending, Warner said “My groin is sore and I had this an year ago, and this flared up once again, and I couldn’t move sidewards after I went up” “Alex is hopeful I’ll be up again for the game on Tuesday, but I’ve gotta go through the fitness test.”
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Australia beat Sri Lanka by 15 runs in the first final of the Commonwealth Bank series, and are going to play the second finals with Sri Lanka on 6th march. Watch the CB Series 1st final match highlights.Tags: Australia . David Warner . Man of the Match . Post-match . Sri Lanka
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