David Miller’s little admirer dies before the second ODI against India; he shares photos. “Going to miss you so much,” Miller wrote.
South African cricketer David Miller is having a difficult time right now because his close friend’s daughter, Ane, died on Saturday (October 8). The cricketer is now in India, where he is taking part in an ODI series against India. Miller used his official Instagram account to express his sadness at her loss ahead of the second ODI in Ranchi.
Miller shared a video of herself spending quality time with daughter. Ane was also seen at the stadiums on several occasions, and it was revealed in the film that the left-hander had taken her into the stadiums after the game. While many assumed she was Miller’s kid, it has since been revealed that she is the daughter of the cricketer’s close buddy.
“Going to miss you so much my skut! The biggest heart I’ve ever known. You took fighting to a different level – always incredibly positive and a smile on your face. A cheeky and mischeivous side to you. You embrace every person and evety challenge in your journey. You taught me so much about cherishing every single moment in life. I feel humbled to have walked a journey with you. I love you so much! RIP.”Miller wrote in his Instagram story.
Miller is preparing for the second ODI in Ranchi.
Meanwhile, the South African side, which includes Miller, is preparing for the second of three one-day internationals (ODIs) against India in Ranchi. The game is scheduled for Sunday (October 9). The southpaw has been in good form on this tour, having also hit his second T20I ton. Furthermore, his form continued in the first ODI, when his superb half-century helped South Africa score 249 runs in the rain-affected encounter. Despite Sanju Samson’s valiant efforts with the bat, the visitors finally won by nine runs.