Cricket

Warner lauds Aussie T20I side

2018-02-10 17:51
David Warner (Getty)

Cape Town - David Warner was full of praise for Australia's T20I side that after he led them to the Trans-Tasman tri-series final, saying they played 'fearless' cricket.

Warner feels many of the players took confidence from excellent Big Bash League campaigns with the side taking on the look of a BBL team of the tournament.

Chris Lynn and Glenn Maxwell have provided runs for Australia with back up from BBL star D'Arcy Short while Warner himself has struggled.

Speaking after his side's seven wicket victory over England at the MCG Warner said: "Our players have been in tremendous form coming off the Big Bash League, they are playing with freedom and they're playing fearless cricket."

The Australian bowlers have been at the forefront of the performances in this series led by Kane Richardson and Billy Stanlake they have been able to blunt the hitting power of England and New Zealand.

Stanlake has taken six wickets in the three matches so far while Richardson took 3/33 in the win at the MCG.

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