New Delhi. Australia’s powerful opening batsman David Warner announced his retirement from Test and ODI on the very first day of the New Year. Although he had already announced his retirement from Test. But today he has surprised the fans by suddenly retiring from ODI. He will play the last Test match of his career against Pakistan. Let us tell you that David Warner is very much liked in India and he has also been playing IPL for many years. But do you know what is the most memorable moment of David Warner’s IPL career? Don’t know, let us tell you..
David Warner is currently a part of the Delhi Capitals team. Earlier he was associated with Sunrisers Hyderabad team. Warner has also made Hyderabad the champion under his captaincy and he described this moment as the most special moment of his career. Sunrisers Hyderabad became champion for the first time in 2016 under the captaincy of Warner. He had posted a video message on the team’s Twitter handle in which Warner had said that winning the title in 2016 is the most special, because this year we won very close matches and we performed brilliantly throughout the IPL. I would like to cherish this memory throughout my life.
We’re growing up fast, and those David Warner & SRH memories are like a chapter closed, reminding of all that excitement we had in our college days watching him play and lifting trophy for Hyderabad. Thank you Davey🏏🎓🧡 https://t.co/5eqlHfEWY6
— Azeem (@AzeemQuraishi13) January 1, 2024
David Warner captained Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2016 and won the title by defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final. This was the same year when Virat was in the best form of his career and it seemed that RCB could win for the first time. But Hyderabad shattered Bangalore’s dream. Warner was in great form in 2016 and was on fire with the bat throughout the season.
Warner had scored 848 runs in 17 matches while batting at an average of 60.57 and the most important thing was that during this period he did not score a single century with his bat. Let us tell you that after retiring from the national team, David Warner will now be seen playing in various foreign leagues including IPL, which means Warner will keep entertaining his fans both on and off the field.