The Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) pulled David Warner out of his captaincy roles for the team. Along with that, he was eliminated from the playing XI as SRH faced the Rajasthan Royals (RR) on Sunday.
People were shocked to see Warner-less’s army as he has been a crucial part of the team. The franchise won its maiden title in 2016 under David’s captaincy hence, it ain’t shocking to see people conflicting with the SRH on eliminating him.
He has been replaced by Kane Williamson for the rest of the IPL matches but it cannot be said if he is permanently out of the SRH squad for the season.
The management earlier added that they will be reviewing to jumble foreign combination in the team. Eliminating David might be a result of that announcement. However, a few suspect that the team has chosen to drag him out after he questioned the selectors to remove Manish Pandey from the squad.
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Notably, SRH have a poor start this season as they have lost their six beginning matches. Changing the skipper and revolving the squad have not helped them out as they have lost Sunday’s encounter.
Kane believes that there will be serious discussions on retaking Warner to the army as eliminating him has not helped out so far. Where the head coach believes that Warner might be on the bench for a few more games, Kane is hopeful that the SRH will be rethinking their strategies.
“He’s a world-class player and I’m sure a number of conversations will be had,” Kane Williamson said of David Warner, SRH’s former captain.
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