Melbourne. Australian opener David Warner (David Warner) Has given a statement on saying goodbye to Test cricket. Along with this, he told that he wants to fulfill his 2 aspirations before retiring from Test cricket, one of which he wants to do in India. Warner said that before retiring from Test cricket, he would start with the 2023 Ashes series in England. (Ashes Series) One wants to win and the other wants to win in India. The Australian team has taken a 3-0 lead in the Ashes series and has also won the series with it.
After this, the Australian opener admitted that his work was not done yet. While talking to Cricinfo, Warner, who was the Player of the Tournament in the recently held T20 World Cup, said that we have not defeated India in their home yet and we would like to do so. While with England in 2019 (Australia vs England) The series was drawn, but hopefully next time we will win the Ashes series there.
Warner’s record is poor in both England and India
Talking about Warner’s record on both England and India land, his record is very bad in both the places. He has played 13 matches in 3 series in England and 8 Test matches in 2 series in India. In which he scored runs at an average of 26 and 24 and could not score a single century anywhere.
Warner will turn 37 in the next Ashes series, but he also considers age to be just a figure. He says that James Anderson has set standards for the aged players. He does not want to leave any chance to score runs for his side. He is in form. He is looking forward to a big innings in the new year.