David Warner’s retirement from international cricket: Afghanistan win ends 15-year career; Played the last match against India

David Warner's Retirement from International Cricket
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David Warner’s Retirement from International Cricket

David Warner, a prominent Australian batsman, has retired from international cricket. The Cricket Board of Australia (CA) announced his retirement on Instagram, sharing memorable moments from his 15-year career through photos. Warner’s final international match was played against India in the Super-8 stage, following which the Australian team was eliminated with Afghanistan’s victory. Although Warner has not made an official statement yet, his international career has come to an end

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Achievements and Records

David Warner has retired from One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test cricket. During his retirement announcement from ODIs, he mentioned that he would be available for the Champions Trophy if needed. Warner was a key player in Australia’s three World Cup victories, including the 2015 and 2023 ODI World Cups and the 2021 T20 World Cup. He was named the player of the tournament in the 2021 T20 World Cup. Warner holds the record for the highest run-scorer among Australian players in T20 internationals, amassing 3277 runs in 110 matches

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Career Highlights

David Warner’s Test career began in 2011 against New Zealand in Brisbane. Over his 112 Test matches, he scored 8786 runs at an average of 44.59, including 26 centuries and 37 fifties. Warner made his ODI debut in 2009 against South Africa in Hobart and played his last ODI in the World Cup final against India in November 2023. In his 161 ODI matches, he scored 6932 runs at an average of 45.30, with 22 centuries and 33 fifties. Warner’s contributions to Australian cricket have left a lasting impact, and his retirement marks the end of a remarkable era

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