ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Ahead of New Zealand challenge, David Warner has family time, see pics

Ahead of their tournament opener against New Zealand, Australian opener David Warner and his wife Candice along with the two daughters, Ivy Mae and Indi Rae, visited the London Aquarium.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 2, 2017 1:09 am
David Warner’s family is there with the Australian batsman in London for the ICC Champions Trophy.

Ahead of their tournament opener against New Zealand, Australian opener David Warner and his wife Candice along with the two daughters Ivy and Indi visited London Aquarium. Warner, whose performance with the bat will be crucial for the Steve Smith-led side, took to social media and posted a photo of his wife along with the daughters, who were amazed seeing Penguins.

“Ivy Mae and Indi Rae can’t believe what they are seeing. Penguins woohoo. @candywarner1 loving it as well. Such a great little outing with my family

In the two warm-up matches, Warner has scored 19 and 11 respectively. In the warm-up match against Sri Lanka, he scored 19 from 32 balls which included 2 fours. Meanwhile, he once again failed to make it count when he was cheaply dismissed by Mohammad Amir for just 11 at Birmingham.

It will be important for Warner, and Australia that the openers finds his form ahead of their match against New Zealand as thereafter matches against England and Bangladesh will be very important and crucial for the two-times ICC Champions Trophy winners if they want to complete their treble.

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