David Warner breaks silence on controversial six off Mohammad Hafeez

Nov 16, 2021: Australian left-arm batsman David Warner has defended his controversial act of hitting Hafeez’s ball sixes outside the park, where the ball clearly slipped from the hands of the all-rounder.

In an Instagram video, the Australian batsman can be seen responding to a man who asked him why he hit Hafeez with a six when “it slipped out of his hand by mistake.”

In his response Warner said, “It wasn’t a mistake, He was trying to see what I was going to do. So, he was bowling and stopping to see if I was coming to the wicket, to see what I was going to do.”

Warners maintains, “That’s what happened.”

The video would have been recorded on the day of the final because another person was asking Warner if he was going to score fifty runs today. The Australian batsman laughed in response but said nothing.

Former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh also lamented Warner’s action, saying the Australian batsman should have let the ball go.

“Even though it was within the rules, it shouldn’t have happened. It doesn’t send a good message. We’ve had the same opportunity in the past, but we didn’t,” he said on his YouTube channel a few days ago.

Australia had won the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup and will face New Zealand in the final on Sunday.

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