New Delhi: Cricketers they say are never too fond of excelling at academics in school.
Having made the choice of picking up the bat or ball over books at an early age, most of today's international cricketers didn't end up completing their courses.
Same was the case with David Warner who fell in love with cricket at a young age, thereby not spending enough time with his school work.
While moving houses last month, the left-hander spotted and shared a rather interesting picture of his year 12 report card on Instagram.
It can be seen from the picture that David's teacher severely criticized him, even terming him as the class clown.
Considering the SunRisers Hyderabad captain went on to become one of the most destructive batsmen in world cricket, Warner's teacher would now accept she was utterly wrong about her pupil's capabilities.
To be fair to his teacher, her remarks were only with regards to academic. Nonetheless many of us too have heard similar comments from out teachers at schools and colleges.
Hence one can term this as 'sweet revenge'!
And when you move house you tend to come across some old stuff. Class report year 12. Haha Class clown but always behaved in a responsible manner . This was one teacher who said to me you will be good at nothing when you grow up. I practiced what I knew best and that was Cricket. #lovesport #memories #RBHS #mathsiwasnevergoodat