AUS v PAK 2019: Candice Warner couldn't hold her tears after husband David Warner reached triple ton

Warner had an awful outing in the Ashes in England recently.

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Australia cricketer David Warner's wife Candice has been with her husband in ups and downs. When Warner was banned for plotting ball-tampering during the tour of South Africa in 2018, she stood by him in a tough time. The opening batsman on his return also faced a really hard time on the field in the Ashes, and his wife backed him then as well.

Now, Warner has got his form back. He is the man of the moment with a triple hundred in the second Test. After seeing lows lately, the 33-year-old finally got his bat to do the talking. He scored 335* on Saturday before Tim Paine, the Australia captain declared the innings.

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Candice was there in the stands, watching her husband score plenty of runs and looking unstoppable. She broke down when Warner reached his triple hundred.

She was spotted wiping tears from her cheeks. Fans shared the picture on Twitter where she can be seen trying to hold her tears.

Candice also posted a quote of Mahatma Gandhi after Warner's historic innings.

"Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. (Mahatma Gandhi). It’s not important what other people believe about you. It’s only important what you believe about yourself. @davidwarner31 you never stopped believing. #335notout," the post read.

 
 

By Sihyeu Singh - 30 Nov, 2019

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