WATCH: David Warner arrives for Big Bash game at SCG in Hollywood style

BBL's biggest star just touched down - chopper style! David Warner landed at the SCG like a superhero, revving up fans for the Thunder vs. Sixers clash.

Sarah Andrew
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Warner arrived in a way that only he can.

Warner's fans will hope that he entertains them and plays a few blazing knocks in the Big Bash.

The Sydney Cricket Ground witnessed a spectacle right out of Hollywood, as superstar David Warner arrived for the clash against the Sydney Sixers in a chopper. Touching down on the outfield near the iconic "Thanks Dave" mural that was painted for his farewell Test, Warner's dramatic entrance added a touch of glitz and glamour to the already electrifying atmosphere.

Fresh from attending his brother's wedding earlier in the day, Warner's whirlwind journey from the Hunter Valley to the SCG left fans awestruck. The helicopter descended onto the hallowed turf just as the sun dipped below the horizon, bathing the scene in a golden glow.

Warner, sporting a wide, emerged from the aircraft like a modern-day gladiator entering the coliseum. This wasn't just any arrival; it was a statement. Warner, known for his flamboyant personality and aggressive batting style, pulled off a Hollywood-esque entrance that perfectly encapsulated his larger-than-life persona. It was a moment that transcended the game itself, injecting a dose of pure entertainment into the Big Bash spectacle.

"He is a bit Hollywood"

Speaking to the broadcaster on the eve of the game, Thunder's pacer, Gurinder Sandhu said that it would be great for the team to have Warner around that his knowledge would be of immense help for all the members.

"He's going to a lot of effort to come and play for us. We love having him here. Last year he was awesome for us, maybe didn't score as many runs as he would have liked but around the group and passing on knowledge was awesome to have him around. He's one of the better team men. All the fans get to enjoy him playing cricket", Sandhu said.

Sean Abbott went on to say that it was great for the game that such an arrangement was made as every fan wants to see him play. "He is a bit Hollywood, isn't he, that's very Davey. I'm glad they are making it happen because think everyone in the country who is a fan of cricket wants to see David Warner in the BBL and I'm really looking forward to coming up against him. One of the best players in the world and has been for a long time," he said.

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