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Which part of India follows David Warner the most? Cricketer reveals on Instagram

Warner has not been included in the squad that is now touring India as he has probably been rested. But he will be there in the ICC Men's T20 World Cup in October.

David Warner

Australia batter David Warner is a fervent social media user. He follows all the trends, responds to fans quite often, and shares hilarious reels on the platforms. He is very popular among the Indian fans, calls India his second home. On Wednesday, September 21, he shared a screenshot of Instagram insights about which part of India follows him the most. Hyderabad, undoubtedly is at the top as Warner captained the 2016 winners Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League.


Second in the list in Chennai, followed by Bangaluru, Delhi, and Mumbai. He shared the result on his social media, see the picture below:

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David Warner apologises to fan for controversial Instagram post

Aaron Finch and Virat Kohli

David Warner’s jokes and reels are mostly met with the same kind of love he has for India, except sometimes, fans rather find some of his posts offending.

Ahead of the 1st T20I versus India, a post by Warner made fans question him over his knowledge. Three hours before the start of the match, Warner posted a picture of former India skipper  Virat Kohli and Aaron Finch with the caption: “Who’s winning tonight? Come on Australia”.

Kohli has stepped down from the captaincy role earlier this year and Rohit Sharma was from then, is handling the responsibility. Fans questioned Warner why he posted a picture of Finch with Kohli when Rohit should have been there as he is India’s captain now.

Warner checks his comments frequently. Reading the section which was filled with the same questions, Warner replied: “I know sorry”.

Notably, Warner has not been included in the squad that is now touring India as he has probably been rested. But he will be there in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in October.

Also, the first T20I had gone to Australia’s favour after they were able to defeat India by four wickets to lead the three-match T20I series by 1-0.

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Gouri Das is a cricket writer at FirstSportz. She is an ardent fan of cricket and tennis and admires Novak Djokovic, MS Dhoni, and Usain Bolt.