The Sydney Test match will be the last Test match of Warner’s career.
After the ongoing Sydney Test match between Australia and Pakistan, Australian cricket team’s veteran opener David Warner is going to say goodbye to Test cricket. So apart from Test cricket, he had also said goodbye to ODI cricket.
On the other hand, David Warner has to face a big problem in his farewell test match. Let us tell you that while coming from Melbourne to Sydney, someone had stolen the backpack from his kit bag, which also contained his baggy green.
Regarding the theft of the baggy green cap, Warner had said through social media that if anyone finds his cap, he should return it and if someone has done this for his backpack, then he will give him another backpack. Are ready.
Australian PM had made a special appeal
On the other hand, after the matter came to the notice, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese also appeared in support of David Warner, but his appeal has also proved to be futile. The Prime Minister had urged that anyone who knows anything about the missing cap should return it immediately.
PM told news.com.au. According to David Warner, who has represented Australia on more than 100 occasions, the baggy green cap is his and should be returned. But this special appeal of the Australian PM also had no significant effect and Warner did not get his coveted cap back. Warner has come to play in the Sydney Test match without the baggy green cap.
Well, now it will be worth seeing how David Warner is going to perform in his last test match. Let us tell you that the third Pink Ball Test match between Australia and Pakistan is going on in Sydney from January 3. In this match, Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat first.
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