A Special Gesture of David Warner's For Young Fans On His Last Test Appearance At MCG

The batter of Australia, David Warner, received a standing ovation as he played the last innings of his Test career at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground on Thursday. Warner, who scored a century in the first Test against Pakistan in Perth, registered scores of 38 and 6 in the ongoing Boxing Day Test at MCG. After being cleaned up by Mir Hamza in his final Test innings at MCG, Warner was not happy with his dismissal. However, the crowd at the MCG gave him a special send-off. As the crowd applauded him with a special ovation, Warner looked visibly emotional as he waved his bat at the crowd and showed a thumps-up.

As he was walking back to the dressing room, Warner made a young fan's day by handing his batting gloves to him.

Watch the video here.

On Wednesday, Warner surpassed former skipper and legendary batter Steve Waugh to become the second-highest run scorer for Australia. In 371 international appearances, Warner has 18,515 runs at an average of 42.56. He has 49 centuries and 93 fifties in international cricket, with the best score of 335*.



Dec 28, 2023 11:33 AM