Someone should learn to win hearts from David Warner, did special work for Phil Hughes in the last test match, fans also became emotional

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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.

David Warner (Photo Source: X/Twitter)

Australia’s legendary player David Warner is playing the last match of his Test career against Pakistan at his home ground in Sydney. The last match of the three-match Test series between Australia and Pakistan is being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 3. David Warner touched the plaque of late Phil Hughes before coming out to bat on the first day’s play, and the moment went viral on social media.

David Warner said this about Phil Hughes

Young Australian player Phil Hughes was hit on the neck by a ball during a Sheffield Shield game at the Sydney Cricket Ground in November 2014, and died two days later. People were deeply shocked by the death of Phil Hughes at the age of 25. When the accident happened with Phil Hughes, David Warner was also present at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Before his farewell match, David Warner talked about Phil Hughes, speaking on Fox Sports, saying, ‘It was very sad and terrible for us to be here when he fell that day. Even today it affects us badly. I’ve always seen him on the other end. All the boys know he’s watching us.’

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If we talk about the third Test match being played between Australia and Pakistan, Pakistani captain Shan Masood had decided to bat first after winning the toss. 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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