David Warner Announces Retirement from International Cricket After Australia’s Defeat

Australian Cricketer David Warner Retires from International Cricket

Australian left-handed opening batsman David Warner has announced his retirement from international cricket. Warner declared his retirement following the conclusion of the T20 World Cup 2024. On Monday, Australia lost to India by 24 runs, and on Tuesday, Afghanistan defeated Bangladesh by 8 runs to advance to the semifinals. Consequently, Australia was eliminated from the T20 World Cup 2024.

Immediate Retirement Announcement Following World Cup Exit

Following Afghanistan’s victory and Australia’s elimination from the T20 World Cup 2024, Warner promptly announced his retirement. The dangerous Australian batsman ended his 15-year-long international career. He played his last ODI match during the ODI World Cup 2023 and his final Test match against Pakistan in January 2024. Now, he has played his last T20 match against India in the T20 World Cup 2024.

David Warner’s Illustrious Career

David Warner debuted for Australia in the T20 format in 2009. He played his first T20 match on January 11, 2009, against South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Following this, Warner made his ODI debut on January 18, 2009, against South Africa. In 2011, Warner made his Test debut against New Zealand in Brisbane.

Career Statistics

  • Test Matches: Played 112 matches, scoring 8,786 runs (50s: 37 / 100s: 26)
  • ODI Matches: Played 161 matches, scoring 6,932 runs (50s: 33 / 100s: 22)
  • T20 Matches: Played 110 matches, scoring 3,277 runs (50s: 28 / 100s: 1)

David Warner’s career has been marked by significant contributions and remarkable achievements across all formats of the game.

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