Australia’s star batsman David Warner will soon bid farewell to international cricket. David Warner made the announcement after the first T20 match against West Indies. David Warner said he will bid farewell to international cricket after this year’s T20 World Cup. David Warner has already retired from ODI and Test cricket. However, before announcing his retirement, David Warner played his 100th T20 match. 100th T20: Played an innings of 72 runs off 36 balls in the 100th T20 match. With this, David Warner became the first batsman to score more than 50 runs in the 100th match of T20, ODI and Test.
However, David Warner enjoys playing cricket. After achieving the special feat, David Warner said: “The win is very special.” It was a very good wicket to bat on. I managed to capitalize on it. I feel very good and refreshed. I’m fully charged. I want to take part in the T20 World Cup which is taking place this year. It was a wonderful trip. Now it’s still 6 months. We will try to win against New Zealand.”
David Warner was a great batsman in all three formats
David Warner was Australia’s star opener in all three formats. David Warner scored 8786 runs in 112 Test matches. Warner managed to score 26 centuries in Test cricket. David Warner was also part of Australia winning the ODI World Cup twice. Warner scored 6932 runs in 161 ODI matches. Warner has scored 22 centuries in ODIs. After 100 T20 games, Warner has scored 2964 runs. David Warner also scored a century in T20 cricket. But now David Warner has decided to say goodbye to all three formats.