David Warner and Aaron Finch are counted among the most dangerous openers of the modern day cricket. In the first of the three-game ODI series against India, their dominance was reaffirmed as the batting duo shared the highest opening partnership by any team against the men in blue.
The resurgence of the Indian bowling department failed to tame the brilliance of Australia as Finch and Warner smashed centuries, allowing the Kangaroos to record a swashbuckling 10-wicket victory. However, it wasn’t the first time the duo did well together. Recently, David Warner spoke about his opening partnership with Finch and dissected the reasons of their success. The 33-year old cricketer said that Finch and him are great mates off the field, which helps them to complement each other.
He further added that they also reassure each other when they play wrong shots. All this, in opinion of Warner, allows them to minimize their mistakes and do well for Australia. Moreover, he is confident about the yellow jersey doing well in the remaining matches of the series and winning the ongoing ODI battle against India.