Not from India or England… This bowler has troubled David Warner a lot in his entire career.

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The last match of the three-match Test series between Australia and Pakistan is being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 3. This test match is the last match of David Warner’s test career.

David Warner (Image Credit- Twitter X)

The last match of the three-match Test series between Australia and Pakistan is being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 3. This test match is the last match of David Warner’s test career, Warner has announced his retirement from Test and ODI formats.

Although he will continue to play in the T20 format, he has also expressed his desire to play in the ICC Champions Trophy 2025. David Warner would like to make the last match of his Test career memorable at his home ground. Meanwhile, Warner has revealed the name of the bowler who has been the most difficult to face in his career.

Dale Steyn is the toughest bowler for David Warner

David Warner has described former South African fast bowler Dale Steyn as the toughest bowler he faced during his career. Dale Steyn has been the most successful bowler for South Africa. Dale Steyn has taken 439 wickets in 93 matches in Tests.

David Warner told cricket.com.au. While talking he said, ‘He is Dale Steyn. I at WACA I will remember the 2016-17 home Test series against South Africa when Shaun Marsh and I had to walk out for a bad 45-minute session. Shawn came to me and said, I don’t know how we will face him.

David Warner further said, ‘Maybe he also suffered a shoulder injury in that match. He (Dale Steyn) is a fierce competitive bowler who swings the ball back to the left-handed batsman. Which is similar to Mitchell Starc swinging the ball at a fast pace towards a right-handed batsman. He never allowed me to smile in the field.

Also read- Know about David Warner’s test records and statistics here

Talking about the third test match being played between Australia and Pakistan, Shan Masood won the toss and decided to bat first. Pakistan was all out for 313 runs in the first innings.

Mohammad Rizwan played the highest innings of 88 runs. And Amer Jamal scored 82 runs. Pat Cummins took five wickets in his name. Australia could play only one over on the first day. David Warner (6 runs) and Usman Khawaja (0) are unbeaten at the crease.

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