David Warner
David Warner in a file photo.

The Indian Premier League 2022 (IPL 2022) big auction over the weekend saw Delhi Capitals (DC) acquire David Warner.

IPL 2022 mega auction saw the purchase of Australia opener David Warner by Delhi Capitals (DC) over the weekend. The franchise paid Rs 6.25 crore to the national capital to acquire the former SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) captain. Before the grand auction in 2022, Warner was freed by the Hyderabad-based franchise after a turbulent last year. IPL 2021 saw Warner lose his captaincy and his place in the team’s starting XI due to a poor run of form.

Despite this, Warner was instrumental in Australia’s first-ever world victory in the shortest format at last year’s T20 World Cup, when his knocks proved essential.

Warner turned to Instagram to express his delight at his upcoming move to the District of Columbia. “It’s time to return to the beginning! I’m looking forward to meeting my new teammates, owners, and coaches. It will be a pleasure to meet all of the @delhicapitalsm fans, old and new “In his first IPL season, Warner, then with the Delhi Daredevils in Delhi, had this to say.

A fresh set of reels is also on the horizon, Warner joked in his post.

“Who loves my photoshop?” he inquired.

“You don’t have to worry about anything because we’ve got this! While the languages vary, the entertainment on Reels is constant “Warner’s Tweet was retweeted by the Delhi Capitals account.

Warner made a joke about his own Instagram activities when he asked for recommendations for clips.

As a result of Warner’s Instagram posts, which are known as “reels,” which have references to Telugu films and pop culture, he has become increasingly popular among SRH devotees.

Photos and videos of Indian actors are frequently turned into Warner’s own in his hilarious tweets.

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