Fan tweets for 27 consecutive days to get a response from David Warner – David Warner is currently very busy in the ongoing Ashes series, just recently one of his fans tweeted for 27 consecutive days to get a reply from David Warner.
Through the social media platform Twitter, this stubborn fan of Warner had tweeted for 27 consecutive days to attract Warner’s attention, finally, Warner responded on Thursday. On the 27th day of tweeting, Warner not only replied to the user but also apologized for ignoring his previous efforts.
What Warner’s fan wrote in the tweet – The user’s post that caught Warner’s attention read, “Day 27 of tweeting until @davidwarner31 replies” and was followed by sad and happy emojis.
What David Warner wrote in response to the fan – Warner wrote in response Sorry, how are you? The first tweet by fans was on November 27. Fans went to the comments section to appreciate the user’s efforts and also congratulated them on getting the answer at the end, one user said – David Warner replied BHAI.
Sorry how are you https://t.co/JvjnPjtfgw— David Warner (@davidwarner31) December 23, 2021
Meanwhile, another fan praised Warner and also called him everyone’s favorite – one fan wrote that he is a man even playing in the Ashes is very humble and always, so he is a fan’s favorite. “Salute to David Warner,” wrote the user.
Warner’s performance in the first Ashes series –
Warner is currently a participant in the Ashes series where Australia is currently leading 2–0 against England. Warner, batting brilliantly and dangerously, missed a century in both the matches.
But currently, he is running in amazing form. During the first innings of the first Test at the Gabba in Brisbane, Warner scored 94 off 176 balls after being dismissed in the 56th over, hitting two sixes and 11 fours in his scintillating innings. However, the hosts won the match by 9 wickets.
David Warner’s performance in the second Ashes Test series –
In the second test, he once again scored 95 runs in 167 balls and lost his wicket at the hands of Ben Stokes. He also hit 11 fours in the match as Australia won by 275 runs. We expect Warner to do well with the third Test Ashes series starting on Sunday at the MCG in Melbourne.