David Warner cap is making headlines in Aus vs Pak 3rd test. David Warner retired from test cricket while playing the 3rd test match against Pakistan on 6 January 2024. David Warner was seen playing with two test caps on his head. Many people wonder why he has two caps. And one of the caps is old and torn as well. Here is the reason.
David Warner cap
That torn cap David Warner was playing is very close to his heart. That was the cap he got for his debut test match for Australia. He has a dream of playing his last test match with the same cap. So he wears the current test cap and his first test cap together. David Warner debuted for Australia on the 1st of December 2011 against the New Zealand team at Brisbane. Till that time he is carrying his old cap for his last test match. He got emotional during his farewell.
David Warner’s last test Inning score
David Warner played like a true champion in his last test inning. He doesn’t let the Pakistan team put pressure on the Australian team. After losing the first wicket of Usman Khwaja in the very first over while causing a target of 130. David Warner made 57 runs in 75 balls with 7 fours. Unfortunately, he got out LBW on the bowl of Sajid Khan. At first, The Umpire denied the appeal of Sajid but they took a DRS. Here is the video of the last bowl he faced and the standing ovation by the crowd.
Here is the video clip shared by Cricket Australia when David Warner came to bat last time.
David Warner test stats
David Warner played 112 test matches for Australia in his test career of 14 years. He made 8786 runs in those test matches. Interestingly he has 4 wickets to his name as well. His best test bowling figure was 2/45.
In the 3rd test, Aamer Jamal was adjudged the Player of the match for outstanding batting and bowling.