Wish you luck Virat Kohli: David Warner's daughters want 'selfie' with India captain
David Warner has been spending time with his family in the absence of cricket action due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Warner has been quite active on social media and giving him company in all his e-ventures are his daughters Ivy-Mae and Indi-Rae.
From forcing their father to join TikTok to making guest appearances in live videos of their father, Warner's daughters have been keeping the Australia cricket star's spirits high during the lockdown.
David Warner's daughters made another special appearance, this time during a chat show, and revealed their favourite cricketer and their favourite 'Indian cricketer'.
David Warner's daughters wished 'good luck' to Virat Kohli during their appearance on Sony Ten Pit Stop Live Chat and named him as their favourite cricketer. The two young girls were quick to point out that Kohli was their 'favourite Indian cricketer' while their father 'Davey' was their favourite cricketer.
David Warner then asked his daughters if they wanted a photograph from Virat Kohli. Both Ivy and Indi replied in the affirmative and said they want a selfie from the India captain.
Meanwhile, David Warner opened up about playing cricket in front of empty stands once the Covid-19 crisis eases. While stressing that he likes to play in front of packed stands, Warner said he hopes to avoid such a situation wherein sport is played without fans at stadiums.
"No doubt at all, you want crowds no matter where you go and where you play," Warner told cricket.com.au.
"I love playing in England, it's awesome. You've always got someone they always try and rev up, and fortunately for the team it's pretty much just me, and that takes a lot of the heat off the other guys. I am quite thick-skinned and it doesn't really affect me at all. I just laugh it off and play along with the crowd."