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David Warner did THIS for Indian fan who tweeted for 27 days in row to get his reply

by Desk
David Warner did THIS for Indian fan who tweeted for 27 days in row to get his reply

Australia’s daring player David Warner is well-renowned for his social media presence. the batsman’s explosive posts regularly humorous videos and photos of his family members and himself and clearly delights his fans to no end.

David Warner has a massive fan following not only in Australia but also in India as well. How do you might ask? An interaction between him and an Indian fan has demonstrated that David Warner is adored in the subcontinent.

The 35-year-old was recently able to send Twitter to a rage after responding to a fervent Indian fan who tweeting to Warner for the last 27 days in a row. Fans were thrilled to learn that, despite being in battle of high-octane games like cricket’s Ashes, Warner was able to notice the Indian fan’s efforts.

The fan’s first tweet came on November 27. After tweeting for 27 days the same time the fan’s efforts finally caught interest of Warner and Warner acknowledged the delays. “Sorry How are you” Warner replied Warner in response to the user’s tweet that read, “Day 27 of tweeting until @davidwarner31 gets back to me,” followed by multiple Emojis.

Following Warner’s response, many fans began to flood the comments section to praise the user on his efforts.

“David Warner ne respond diya bhai” A user tweeted. Another user also praised Warner and called him a “fan’s fan’s favorite”.

After receiving the response from Warner the user then wrote “Finally thank you very much bhai! I am fine, how are(sic).”

But that’s not all. some of the fans made fun of the whole situation.

“You are easily pleasing. Let there be a 50 years of requests,” one fan wrote as others copied the style hoping to receive some kind of response from the Australian superstar.

Warner is currently in the Ashes in which Australia have taken the lead by 2-0 over England. The fast-moving batsman was important in both games and has scored centuries at both times but failing to make it to the finish line. Warner hit 94 runs on 176 balls during the first Test at the Gabba and he scored another 95 runs from 167 balls during the second test.

The third Test is scheduled to start on Sunday on the MCG, Warner will be hoping to make 100 and keep his great streak of form.