When David Warner retired, his wife Candice hurriedly counted the records, saying – We will miss you but…

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Australia’s legendary opening batsman David Warner has said goodbye to international cricket. He played his last match against India. Australia’s trip to the T20 World Cup 2024 ended in the Super-8 round and also ended Warner’s career. He was active in international cricket for 15 years. On Warner’s retirement, wife Candice Warner shared a special post, which hastily recounted the record.

Warner retired from ODIs in November last year and from Tests in January this year. “Congratulations to David Warner on one of the best international cricket careers for our country,” Candice wrote on Instagram on Wednesday. It has been a privilege to sit in the front row. We will miss seeing you play for Australia but we are very excited to see you home for more time. Love you.”

“In case you’ve forgotten, let me remind you of a few facts,” Candice continued. Warner is the only Australian and the third cricketer in the world to have played 100 matches in all three formats. 49 international centuries in all three formats (second only to Ricky Ponting), most international centuries by an opening batsman. 18995 combined international runs (second only to Ricky Ponting), 2 times in ODIs World Cup Champion, once T20 World Cup Champion, one-time World Cup Player of the Tournament, one Test Championship trophy, 3-time Allan Border Medalist, highest Test score 335*.”

Let us tell you that Warner is the player who has scored the most international centuries as an opening batsman. He has scored 49 centuries in 374 matches for Australia. Australia’s victorious campaign in the 2021 T20 World Cup saw the left-handed batsman named the player of the tournament. He was the second highest run-scorer of the tournament with 289 runs in seven innings. Warner may have retired from international cricket but will continue to play in T20 leagues around the world.

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