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13:25  30 november  2019
13:25  30 november  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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A lovely gesture by David Warner has caused chaos in the Adelaide Oval crowd after a battle for his history-making helmet.

After his incredible innings of 335, Warner singled out a small child near the front of the players' race as he exited the ground.

He can be clearly seen giving the helmet to the young child, but madness ensues as others try to grab it from him.

Not long after, a group of three different boys can be celebrating their new prized possession.

However, it was shortlived after Cricket Australia took the helmet off the group.

The father of the pair took to Twitter, in a later deleted tweet, to complain about the situation.

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A different child was then interviewed on FoxCricket with the helmet not long later and it left fans confused as to who Warner had given the helmet to.

However, on closer inspection, it seems that Zac, the boy interviewed with the helmet, was the intended target for Warner's helmet.

The sleeve of Zac can be seen directly in front of Warner when he is giving his helmet into the crowd.

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We still think the young boy in the green was unlucky but it's much easier to comment online without really being there!

As for what young Zac is set to do with his new prized possession?

The signed helmet with the number 335 on it will be hung up in either in his bedroom or in the home theatre room.

This will be a moment he remembers for some time.

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