Mustafizur Rahman shows concern for David Warner

It was incredible noble gesture from Bangladesh’s pace bowling sensation Mustafizur Rahman who was brave enough to show his concern by sending positive message to former Sunrisers Hyderabad teammate David Warner.

Former Australian vice captain David Warner is going through a turmoil as he was banned for a year following the ball-tampering incident recently against South Africa and it was excellent efforts from Mustafiz to send him a message in a twitter asking to remain strong and overcome the harsh situation in a positive manner.

The South paw Mustafiz who is known in International arena as Fizz took part in previous two IPL campaigns with Sunrisers with Warner as his captain. Warner had been supportive of Fizz and the duo have a good relationship off the field.


Sunrisers won the T20 tournament in 2016, mainly through brilliant performances from Bangladesh’s Mustfizur – a season where Fizz picked up 17 wickets and Warner contributed with the bat to finished as the second highest run-getter of that season.

Mustafizur this year has been roped by Mumbai Indians and he is already with his IPL team leaving Dhaka on April 30.

The pacer however remembered his old teammate in a [email protected] means a smiling face to me, who always inspires and provides support to do others level best things. It’s really tough to accept your current condition. Please don’t break down, stay strong and positive mate. Will miss your guidance in this year’s IPL.


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