On social media, Australian batsman David Warner posted a fan-made photo of himself and Kane Williamson riding a bike. The image appears to be from a movie, but the faces of the two cricketers have been altered.
In response to the photo of Kane Williamson and Warner driving without a helmet, leg-spinner Rashid Khan reminded the duo of the importance of wearing a helmet while driving.
David Warner shared the amusing photo on Instagram with the caption:
“This stuff makes me (laugh) we have such amazing supporters. Thanks for sending in your pics and videos. So much love #cricket #fans #cricket #bike @kane_s_w @sunrisers_orange_army0001.”
Rashid reacted to the post by commenting:
In the Indian Premier League, Kane Williamson, Warner, and Rashid all play for Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). SRH had a dismal start to the IPL 2021 season, winning only one of their first seven games. As the franchise struggled for consistency, Warner was ousted and replaced by Kane Williamson at the start of the season.
In the second half of the IPL 2021, which will be hosted in the UAE in September-October, they will aim for a better run under the New Zealand captain.
Kane Williamson on raising the ICC mace for the first time: “It’s heavier than you imagine.”
Kane Williamson is the talk of the cricketing world right now. In the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) final in Southampton, New Zealand defeated India by eight wickets to win by eight wickets.
Kane Williamson talked up on how he felt after hoisting the ICC mace for the first time in a video posted to the Black Caps’ official Twitter account. He revealed the following:
“I mean we’ve never been able to hold it before so it was a different feeling. It is heavier than you think. We didn’t know it was real till we got our hands on it.”
Kane Williamson remarked that winning the WTC final meant a lot to New Zealand, especially for older players like Ross Taylor and BJ Watling, who have worked hard for a long time. Kane Williamson expressed his thoughts as follows:
“There’s a real mixture in the side of newer players and experienced players. You got guys like Ross (Taylor) who is clearly our most experienced. He has been there for so many years and achieving it like this after all the hard work from everybody, the likes of your Ross Taylors and BJ Watlings. These guys have given so much to our game. It is pretty satisfying that they will reflect on this as perhaps one of the greatest moments in their career.”
“It’s heavier than you think” 😂😂
— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) June 29, 2021
New Zealand bowled India out for 217 and 170 runs in the WTC final, then chased down 139 on the last day to win by eight wickets.