T20 World Cup 2024, David Warner Retirement: Currently, T20 World Cup 2024 is going on in America-West Indies. Before the start of this season, Australia’s legendary batsman David Warner had made it clear that this is the last T20 World Cup of his career. Therefore, it is believed that with Australia’s exit, Warner’s career is also over.

T20 World Cup 2024, David Warner Retirement: The journey of the Australian cricket team in the T20 World Cup 2024 has come to an end. The Kangaroo team has been eliminated from the tournament as soon as Afghanistan reached the semi-finals. With this, the T20 career of the team’s star opener David Warner has also come to a halt. 37-year-old David Warner had already announced that this would be his last T20 World Cup. If Afghanistan had lost on June 25, in such a condition, the Kangaroo team would have entered the semi-finals, then Warner would have been seen playing again, but with Bangladesh’s defeat it will be decided that now he will not get a farewell from the field.

Over 15 years, he played 383 matches for Australia and was on the winning side 222 times. He scored a total of 18,995 runs, hitting 49 international centuries, and won two ODI World Cups, a T20 World Cup, a World Test Championship.13/13 pic.twitter.com/02H1qNPUR6

— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) June 25, 2024

David Warner played a brilliant innings of 89 runs in 43 balls in his T20I debut against South Africa in 2009 and showed that he has come to wreak havoc in world cricket. That is what happened. Warner is Australia’s top run scorer in T20. He scored 3277 runs in 110 matches. In 2019, he scored his only century in this format against Pakistan.

What did Ricky Ponting say about David Warner?

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting said on ICC’s digital daily show, ‘I put my hand on his shoulder, I said take some time tonight and sit by yourself and think about how incredible your career has been in all three formats for Australia. We know he retired from Test cricket in the summer, but you will be hard-pressed to find a player who has had as big an impact as David Warner in all three formats of Australian cricket. I have been able to play with him, I have been his coach in the IPL over the last few years and I love being in his company. So he should be proud of what he has done.’

Won 3 World Cups in a career spanning 15 years

Left-handed star opener David Warner retired from ODI and Test cricket in December last year. This legend played his last Test against Pakistan on 6 January 2024, while his last ODI match was played on 19 November. This player has played a total of 283 matches in 15 years. In his career, he won the ODI World Cup twice and the T20 World Cup once for Australia.

How was your Test career?

David Warner played 112 Tests for Australia. He scored 8786 runs in these 112 Test matches with an average of 44.59 and 26 centuries. His highest score in Test cricket was 335 (not out).

How was your ODI and T20 career?

David Warner has played 161 ODI matches in his career, in which he has scored 6932 runs at an average of 45.30. He also has 22 centuries in ODIs. In T20 International cricket, this legend has scored 3277 runs in 110 matches so far, he is also the highest run scorer in T20 for Australia.

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