The Steve Smith-led Australian team has reached Kolkata for the second One-day International of the series and it seems that their swashbuckling opener David Warner is planning an outing in the City of Joy. Australia are trailing the five-match series 0-1 after they suffered a 26-run defeat in Chennai. Warner, who scored 25 runs in the opening game, took to Instagram and posted a selfie with his wife and daughters. "Good morning from Kolkata, what's the best places to visit while we are here?? Please #kolkata," Warner's post read.
Answers to Warner's query came in thick and fast. Fans suggested Warner visit the Eden Gardens and eat mutton at Sourav Ganguly's house.
Do visit Dada's @SGanguly99 house you will feel like visiting one of best kingdom of living king..— Punjabiravi (@Punjabiravi1) September 19, 2017
Ganguly's house... ????— Dhrumil Desai (@CRICKETINGACTOR) September 19, 2017
good morning— rajgor jaykishan (@RajgorJaykishan) September 19, 2017
Eden gardens and mutton by Sourav Ganguly— Manish Singh (@singhmanish_in) September 19, 2017
India won the rain-truncated first ODI and the weather may have an impact on the second match at the Eden Gardens as well with a depression over the Bay of Bengal threatens to dump considerable amount of rain on the region.