David Warner Resigns As Captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad

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IPL 2018: After being trapped in the ball-tampering case, David Warner has left the captaincy of the IPL team Sunrisers Hyderabad. Before Warner, Australian captain Steve Smith, who was caught in the ball-tampering case, had also resigned from the captaincy of Rajasthan Royals. Since then it was being convinced that Sunrisers Hyderabad could take the captaincy of their team from Hyderabad, but it is now clear that Warner himself has left the captaincy of Hyderabad.

The Hyderabad team’s mentor VVS Laxman had also said that his franchisee is currently awaiting Cricket Australia’s decision. Cricket Australia’s decision has not yet arrived and Warner has already told his decision to not captain Hyderabad. The news itself was tweeted on its twitter account, Hyderabad Sunrise himself.

Who Will Be Captain- Dhawan, Williamson or Shakib

After stepped down as Captain Warner’s, the 11th season of the IPL can be given to the opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan, If Shikhar Dhawan or any other Indian player was made the captain of this team then this would be the first time in the history of IPL when the captain of all the IPL teams would be an Indian player.

In addition to Dhawan, if the franchisee is planning to make any foreign player as captain, then it can be discussed in the name of Kane Williamson and Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan. Both of these players manage their respective teams in international cricket.

Win The 2016 IPL Title

In the captaincy of Warner’s Sunrisers Hyderabad, the team once won the title of the IPL. Even last year, the team played the final of the IPL under Warner’s leadership.

Warner took over the captaincy in 2015 and led the team to a title win in 2016 in Bangalore while they finished fourth in the last edition. Warner has led SRH in 45 games and has won 26 of them. Warner has 4014 runs from 114 matches in the IPL at an average of 31.54 and a strike rate of 138.89.

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