Australia leg-spinner Adam Zampa has said that the former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir has got an interesting take on David Warner hitting a six off a double-bounce delivery in the semi-final match against Pakistan.
In the semi-final 2 clash of the ICC Men’s T20 Cup 2021 between Australia and Pakistan at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, David Warner went on to smash a six off Mohammad Hafeez’s ball that slipped out of his hand and bounced twice.
The delivery was adjudged a no-ball by the umpire and Pakistan skipper Babar Azam looked puzzled. In the end, Warner’s 49 runs knock came very useful for Australia as they won the match by 5-wickets with the help of sensational power-hitting of Matthew Wade to make it to the final of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.
It’s A Pretty Big Effort From David Warner And I Think He Had Every Right To – Adam Zampa
Gambhir after seeing Warner’s shot took to Twitter to label his actions as a “pathetic display of the spirit of the game”. Talking about this Australian spinner Zampa on the
“It’s an interesting take from Gautam Gambhir. It’s a pretty big effort from David Warner and I think he had every right to,” ABC Grandstand podcast said.
Zampa was also asked if he has been on the receiving end of something like that to which he replied by saying that he hopes it never happens with him.
“It has never happened to me and I hope it never does,” the 29-year-old spinner said.
Meanwhile, further speaking about the spirit of the game, Zampa also talked about Mankading which means running out a non-striker batsman before bowling the delivery and said that he hasn’t done that but he is not against it.
“Mankad’s an interesting one. I haven’t done it but I won’t say I won’t either. Watch out if you are on the non-striker’s end,” he joked.
Zampa will be seen in action on November 14 when Australia National Cricket Team lock horns with Kane Williamson-led New Zealand National Cricket Team at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in the summit clash.
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