“Stayin’ Alive” is a famous song by a band called the Bee Gees.© Instagram
Veteran batsman David Warner gave a much-needed boost to his Australian career as he smashed a gritty second century in the 100th Test against South Africa. Warner, who was going through a rough patch with the bat, hit 200 in the first innings of the Second Test against South Africa. Warner is not only known for his destructive batting, but also for his hilarious and often lovable antics on social media. In his latest Instagram reel, Warner and his daughter Ivy can be seen doing the “Stayin’ Alive” challenge.
In particular, “Stayin’ Alive” is a famous song by the late 1950s to early 1970s band “Bee Gees”.
“Oh, we’re back,” Warner captioned the reel.
After a string of low scores, speculation was mounting about Warner’s future, but a 200 in the scorching heat at the Melbourne Cricket Ground put aside any concerns about his form.
But the 36-year-old says he’s “as happy as I’ve been in a long time” and selectors are key to his plans for a four-test tour of India in February. March, followed by five test Ash campaigns in the UK.
“An additional motivation for me is to win in India and win the series outright in England,” he said.
“The coach[Andrew Macdonald]and the selector wanted me there.
“Obviously, there were a lot of things before this series crossed my mind…and, of course, questions.
“But for me, it was just going out and knowing I was still hungry and determined.”
(with AFP input)
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