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“I am very Pleased and relieved,” David Warner Baggy Green Cap found in midway on farewell Test

The Australian opener David Warner was delighted after finding his Baggy Green which he lost before the start of his farewell Test against Pakistan in Sydney.

David Warner Baggy Green Cap found

With aiming for a 3-0 series win, Australia started their third match in Pakistan’s Australia tour at Sydney Cricket Ground. On this occasion, the Australian opener David Warner was happy after finding his backpack which had the player’s Baggy Green cap he used in his career.

Warner’s backpack contained two caps, including his Test debut cap he had from 2011 which was found at the team hotel in Sydney. The 37-year-old player shared a video on his social media handles, mentioning the loss of his backpack during the team’s transition from Melbourne to Sydney.

He also mentioned that there would be no repercussions for the person who took the Backpack if they returned it.

He expressed his relief by posting a video on social media after finding his Baggy Green on Day 3 of the ongoing Test.

“Hi everyone, I am very pleased and relieved to let you all know that my baggy greens have been found, which is great news,” Warner wrote. “Thanks to all involved and I am extremely grateful. Qantas, the freight company, our hotels, and team management.


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“Any cricketer knows how special their cap is and I will cherish this for the rest of my life. It is a load off my shoulders going into the last couple of days.”

During the opening day of the 3rd Australia test, he used a borrowed cap from Cricket Australia for the photoshoots before the final Test.

Pakistan batted first and scored 313 runs in the first innings. David Warner looked to set a grand performance in Australia’s first innings before being dismissed for 34 runs. The South Paw had a huge lifeline when he was dropped on 20 by Saim Ayub but couldn’t capitalize on it.

The hosts slid to 205/5 with the dismissal of Travis Head. Mitchell Marsh and Alex Carey were involved in a brilliant partnership as they added 74 runs to the scorecard.

Australia scored 299 runs in their first innings. Pakistan started their 2nd innings on the 3rd day of the final test where Pakistan lost two wickets for a single run.

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