David Warner Appeals To Return His Baggy Green Ahead Of His Farewell Test Match

David Warner uploaded a video on his Instagram handle revealing that his backpack, which had his baggy green, went missing.

Australia’s left-handed batter David Warner has already announced his retirement day from the International Test and ODI Cricket, which will be the final day of the third test match against Pakistan on January 7. Before the start of the three-match test series, he announced his wish to retire from the test and cricket, and on the first date of this year, he took the decision to simultaneously take retirement from the ODIs as well. However, he will be available to play in the Champions Trophy 2025 if called upon, but in all this, a bigger and more emotional issue came in front of David Warner as the left-handed batter’s baggy green (Australian cap) went missing.

David Warner was looking to represent his nation wearing his Australian cap, but it looks like he won’t be able to, and his words on the appeal video clearly show how important it was to him. He uploaded an appeal clip on his Instagram handle requesting to return his cap if anyone had stolen it. As revealed by David Warner, his baggy green was in the backpack, which was kept inside a big bag, and probably while his luggage was being transported from Melbourne to Sydney, that’s when the theft happened.

Hi all, this is my last resort, but my backpack, which contained my Baggy Green, has been taken from my luggage, which was transported to Melbourne airport and flown on @qantas to Sydney a few days ago. It’s sentimental to me. It’s something I’d love to have in my hands walking out there this week. If it’s the backpack you really wanted, I have a spare one here. You won’t get into trouble,”

David Warner said in the video

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