David Warner captaincy ban
David Warner's captaincy ban could be revoked after Cricket Australia (CA) modified its code of conduct.

Australian opener David Warner has opened up about his failures in the ICC T20 World Cup. The southpaw couldn’t get going in the tournamnet despite knowing the home conditions pretty well.

The 36-year-old scored 44 runs in 4 innings and lack of runs from his bat proved costly for the side as the defending champions couldn’t qualify for the semi-finals.

Speaking after playing a match-winning knock against England in a three-match ODI series, Warner said that he already knew that he would fail in the World Cup.

“I know when I am batting well. After the first game against New Zealand, I knew I am going to fail. The way I got out, I said to myself that it is going to be one of theose tournamnets where I will not be able to score runs. We tried out best but failed,” he said.

New Zealand thumped Australia by 89 runs in the campaign opener and the hosts couldn’t recover from the heavy defeat.

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