David Warner’s switches batting stance to face Chris Gayle

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    T20 cricket is home to constant innovation for batsmen who try all sorts of things to better their opposition.

    However, left-handed Australian batsman David Warner took things to another level during his Bangladesh Premier League game helping the Sylhet Sixers to a 27-run win over the Rangpur Riders.

    Halfway through the 19th over bowled by Chris Gayle Warner switched his batting stance to that of a right-hander.

    The batsman, who plays golf right-handed, saw immediate results scoring 14 off 3 balls.

    Warner ended unbeaten on 61 off 36 balls.