On Sunday morning, Australian cricketers took to social media to thank their fathers on Father’s Day. David Warner acknowledged his father and his daughters, Ivy Mae and Indi Rae, ahead of the ultimate clash against Bangladesh at Chittagong. It is also Ivy’s birthday, and Warner wished his daughter on time amidst the busy schedule. Usman Khawaja, too, remembered his father on this occasion. Shane Warne took to Twitter for wishing his father. Michael Clarke celebrated this day with his father and daughter Kelsey Lee Clarke. On the other hand, Shaun Marsh was seen taking a stroll with his son Austin Ross.

Happy Father’s Day to my old man @howiew31 what a legend he is. Have a great day dad. Love ya.

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I’m really looking forward to seeing my 3 amazing girls next week. I love you. @candywarner1 A post shared by David Warner (@davidwarner31) on

 

 

 

 

What a human. A post shared by Jake Lehmann (@jake_lehmann) on

 

 

With my little man

 

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Happy Fathers Day to this guy! #fathersday #bluesteel #whowantsamustacheride

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Mitchell Johnson spent some quality time with his children. Meanwhile, Jake Lehmann dug a classic picture of Australia’s coach and his father Darren Lehmann from his playing days. Nathan Bracken took a walk with his children at the coast. New Zealand’s Corey Anderson posted an old childhood picture with father on this eve, while Russel Arnold’s wife Sonali Arnold praised her husband for being a doting father.

Amongst the women cricketers, Jess Jonassen and Megan Schutt also thanked their father.