A Legendary Exit: David Warner’s Final T20I Match on Home Soil

The Pocket Size Dynamite of world cricket David Warner, who recently retired from the longest and 50-over format of the game, now gives an idea about his future for Australia in the shortest format of the game.

After the match, Warner talked about his future plans, saying, “He is really done, and now it’s time for the youngsters to get the job done.” After the third T20 match between Australia and the West Indies, David Warner gave a clear indication that the mega showpiece event that is going to be held in the United States and the West Indies this year is going to be his last.

Warner was asked if he would continue to play for the Australian team in the shortest format of the game, to which he replied, “I am truly done, “and now he is more than happy to give his opening slot to youngsters after the T20 World Cup.

Warner said that “it’s a good feeling to see the young boys play, “but there is a lot of time left in the next series before the IPL. Warner said that he is happy to spend some time with the kids at home. 

Speaking of the match, Warner said that it was quite surprising that a bowler who bowls 145+ consistently wasn’t trying to get him out. He also pointed out that the boundaries are not that big in both the USA and the West Indies.

In the final Twenty20 match against the West Indies, Warner made a magnificent 81 of just 49 deliveries and was awarded man of the series.

Warner has played 102 t 20 matches for Australia and has scored 3067 runs at an average of 33.70 with a strike rate of 142.51.

Warner also has 26 fifties and one hundred in the format. Warner made his T-20 debut for Australia in 2009.

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