The former captain and a player of the Australian cricket team, David Andrew Warner is an exceptional and admirable cricketer from the world cricket history. He is a great left-handed opening batsman. Warner has a batting average of 45.8 in One Day Internationals (ODIs), 48.9 in Tests and 31.5 in T20. Warner can score well with his left-hand aggressive batting skills and chase a high number of runs. But it often makes his team let exposed and hopeless, by leaving the field early. David is one of the hopes to score a high run rate and make the team push to the victory edge. He manages to score a high number of sixes and fours at the beginning, which boosts up the run rate.
On the other hand, Kannur Lokesh Rahul, also known as KL Rahul, the right-handed Indian batsman, is an enormous opener for the matches. He is also a startling wicketkeeper. The player has a batting average of 47.6 in ODIs, 45.6 in T20s and 34.6 in Tests. His consistency and stability in batting have made him a brilliant player. He is mostly seen opening a match and scoring a massive run rate. Rahul is one of the competent players present in the Indian squad. His batting skills and strategies are spectacular and can never be doubted. He is one of the players whose talent has proven himself in front of the whole world.
It will be a toilsome job to choose between the two great players. Both of them are outstanding in their own way.
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