David Warner's daughter claims to be Virat Kohli in a video

Watch – “I Am Virat Kohli” – Claims David Warner’s Daughter In A Heart-Warming Video

David Warner
David Warner and Candice Warner with their children. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

David Warner and Virat Kohli are two of the greatest batsmen of the modern generation. Most of the youngsters’ aspire to be like them growing up. Recently, Warner’s daughter Ivy Mae claimed that she is Virat Kohli in an adorable video.

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The India skipper is arguably the best batsman of the modern era. His conversion rate is among the best of the game. The top-ranked ODI batsman made his international debut in August 2008 in an ODI against Sri Lanka in Dambulla.

Since then, has played 82 Tests, 239 ODIs and 72 T20Is in his career so far. With 11520 ODI runs in 239 matches (230 innings), Kohli is the second Indian after batting legend Sachin Tendulkar with most runs. He also has 43 ODI centuries under his belt, second-most in the world. Tendulkar tops the list with 49 ODI tons.

Virat Kohli | VVS Laxman |
Virat Kohli. Credits – BCCI

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Many budding cricketers want to be the next Virat Kohli. However, when it comes from someone like David Warner’s daughter, it is bound to leave everyone spellbound. In a recent video posted by Candice Warner, their daughter is seen taking on throwdowns from her father.

As she prepares herself to face the delivery, she continuously repeats: “I’m Virat Kohli”. Candice while posting the video on social media wrote that the girl wants to be Virat Kohli after spending too much time in India.

“This little girl has spent too much time in India. Wants to be @imVkohli,” Candice Warner tweeted. 

Watch the video here:

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Meanwhile, David Warner has made a stunning comeback after poor returns in the Ashes in England. He bounced back with a hundred against Pakistan in the first T20Is. He will hope to keep up his swashbuckling as he looks to redeem himself from the ball-tampering scandal.

Ankush Das

I am an accountant by qualification, my parents thought their obedient son would study further to become a CA, but I had other things in mind. An ardent Cricket fan is following his passion and making a living watching and working around his favorite sport.