In nine ODIs in England previously, the right-armer has taken 11 wickets at 24.63, conceding just 4.10 runs an over.India are yet to announce their squad but on current form, Kumar – despite a modest record in his 59 ODI career to date – looks set to be one of the first picked and could well be a leading light for his country in England." That's so gratifying - it's the part that matters, not me.'We are sitting in an Indian takeaway not far from his home in south London. When I had offered him Le Caprice in St James's, I heard in his voice the same horror that had attended his realisation in the film The Omen that he was dealing with the Antichrist.He is not a member of the Garrick, the club favoured by members of his profession, and has chosen not to have an entry in Who's Who.This comes as a sigh of relief, keeping in mind the tragic death of Phil Hughes who died after his skull was smashed by a bouncer. Here is the picture: Update: David Warner is recovering after being struck on the side of the neck today in Darwin.
9, Survivors, Ripper Street David Warner is a noted character actor who has performed in a number of Doctor Who related productions for the BBC and Big Finish.
Recently the southpaw, while playing a practice match ahead of the Bangladesh tour, was hit smack in the neck by a Josh Hazlewood bouncer, after which he fell to the ground. It seems that after surviving the dangerous practice, he feels like a bull and hence he captioned the deadly picture as, ” Croc V bull who dares wins”.
He was soon taken to the hospital, where he passed the concussion test and declared fit. After his speedy recovery, the Australian marauder took to his Instagram account and posted his whereabouts. That surely takes a lot of guts to be so close to a crocodile and then look for a match with it.
We're 22 matches into IPL10 and already we've seen a host of standout performances from some of the world's biggest stars.
This year, the lucrative T20 tournament also serves as a precursor to one of the ICC's major events – the Champions Trophy, which gets underway on June 1 in London.
Australian opening batsman David Warner is a pocket sized dynamo.