That David Warner absolutely loves India is well known. The Australian cricket superstar is one of the most popular foreign cricketers in India because of his exploits in the Indian Premier League.
Known for his aggressive batting, the left-handed batsman has entertained the crowd thoroughly in the lucrative league and has earned the status of a cult hero.
Well, it seems Warner’s fondness for India appears to have rubbed off on his two little daughters, Ivy Mae and Indi Rai. The Australia opener often shares pictures with his family on his account. Last year, he had shared the pictures of his daughters buying lemonade on a Chennai Street, much to the delight of his Indian fans.
The 31-year old has uploaded another video to his Instagram account that is bound to delight his fans.
In the clip, Warner’s daughters could be seen shaking their legs on his IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad‘s anthem. Warner was retained by the franchise and is now looking forward to leading them again. His daughters are also looking excited about the forthcoming tournament, as they danced their heart out on the song which is not very unfamiliar to them.
Both the girls along with their mother, Candice have been seen cheering their dad from the stands on several occasions in the IPL.
“Ivy Mae already excited about the @sunrisershyd anthem. Non-stop wanting to play the song. Looking forward to another amazing season with the Orange Army,” Warner wrote along with posting the video.
Warner has been the batting lynchpin of the Sunrisers since being bought by them in 2014. In 2016, he had led the franchise to its maiden IPL title, scoring a staggering 848 runs. He performed well last year too, scoring 641 runs to take the Hyderabad-based franchise to the playoffs.