David Warner, Chris Gayle and the happy left-handers’ club

Virat Kohli and David Warner may be two of the most aggressive cricketers in the cricket fraternity but both their Indian Premier League sides have done pretty well in terms of fair play points. Maybe there is a reason for the same. In the grand finale of the IPL 9, Warner definitely showed that he has changed and matured as a cricketer. Also Read: IPL 2016 Final, Pick of the tweets: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad at Bengaluru

Not only Warner has been phenomenal with the bat, being the second cricketer to notch up 800 runs in a single edition, but also he has displayed good sportsmanship. Also Read: Morne Morkel’s jealousy and other reactions from cricket fraternity ahead of IPL 2016 Final

Chris Gayle bowled the second over of the game and in the fifth ball; he failed to grab a return catch from Shikhar Dhawan. Gayle was on the ground and seemed to hurt his fingers. Warner came to Gayle’s aid and helped him off the ground. Gayle, a true character, did enjoy the moment and Warner’s participation in it, despite this being a high-voltage clash makes it even more memorable.