Bibhu Prasad Ray

Squash-buckling Australia batsman David Warner never fails to impress his fans with his heartwarming gestures. He always lifts the mood of the team with his actions and gestures on the field. In the recently concluded T20 series Vs West Indies, the left-handed opener gifted his award to a young fan who was cheering and supporting him in the stances. 

Earlier last month, Warner gave his helmet and gloves after playing his last test match in the whites for Australia against Pakistan at Sydney Cricket Ground. 

In the last T20 game Vs West Indies, Warner demolished the West Indies attack by scoring a blistering knock of 81 runs off 49 balls in Perth Stadium. He gave a perfectly fitting farewell to his fans as he played his last T20 game on home soil. 

In the three matches, Warner scored 173 runs at an excellent average of 57.

"It was good to have a break and play the franchise stuff. I've got a lot of time off after the New Zealand series, go to the IPL before we embark on a World Cup in the Caribbean," Warner said after winning the Player of Award series. 

However, Warner’s valiant efforts went in vain as West Indies won the last T20 match by 37 runs. For West Indies, Andre Russell (71) and Sherfane Rutherford (67) played an instrumental role with the bat.

Australia won the series 2-1.