Star Australian Cricketer started the press conference in the ongoing T20 WC by removing the coco-cola bottles placed in front of him.
Dubai: Star Australian Cricketer started the press conference in the ongoing T20 WC by removing the coco-cola bottles placed in front of him.
Warner did a Ronaldo act as he briefly removed the soft-drink bottles asking if he can remove these. While taking the bottles off the table he said, “Can I remove these. Though, I have to put it there.”
Warner tried to follow the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo when he removed the soft-drinks bottles during a European Championships press conference, but Warner had to put the bottles back.
He said while putting bottles back on the table, “If it’s good enough for Cristiano, it’s good enough for me. That’s Right”.
Cristiano removing the bottles reportedly cost the global beverage giant a whopping USD 4 billion. No monetary loss has been reported in Warner removing the bottle but it has attracted a lot of social media attention.
Australian skipper was doing the press conference after leading the team for an 8 wickets to win against Sri Lanka on Thursday. The 35-year-old Warner, who has gone through a lean patch, was back in his elements on Thursday as his sizzling 42-ball 65, which included 10 fours, made it easy for Australia to chase down the target of 155 in only 17 overs.
first published:Oct. 29, 2021, 1:41 p.m.