David Warner gifts Man of the Series Trophy to ‘lucky kid’ moments after confirming last game on home soil

After an exhilarating match against West Indies, Australian cricketer David Warner confirmed that his recent innings might mark his final T20I appearance on Australian soil. Warner’s announcement came following his remarkable 81-run innings in the third T20I match against West Indies, despite Australia’s loss in the series-deciding game.

Despite Australia clinching the series 2-1 against West Indies, Warner hinted that the upcoming New Zealand series and the Indian Premier League (IPL) would precede his participation in the T20 World Cup later this year, where he anticipates making his final international appearance.

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“I’ve got a lot of time off after the next series in New Zealand before the IPL and then to get ready for the T20 World Cup,” Warner stated. He expressed gratitude for the opportunity to spend quality time with his family and relish the comforts of home during his break from cricket commitments.

In a heartwarming gesture, Warner also gifted his Player of the Series award to one of his fans after the match, demonstrating his appreciation for the support he has received throughout his illustrious career.

Warner’s announcement adds an emotional dimension to his future endeavors in cricket, as fans anticipate witnessing his final international appearance during the T20 World Cup later this year.