David Warner has retired from international cricket and with this development, an era in Australian cricket has come to an end. The left-hander bid adieu to international cricket after Australia were knocked out of the race to enter the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 semifinals with Afghanistan going through to the last four from Group 1. Warner had earlier announced his retirement from Tests and ODIs and stated that he would be available for selection in the ICC T20 World Cup 2024. The left-hander, who has been one of Australia's longest-serving cricketers, hangs up his boots from the shortest format, having played 110 matches where he scored 3277 runs with one hundred and 28 fifties. He was able to score just six runs in what turned out to be his last innings against India. Australia Funny Memes and Jokes Go Viral After Afghanistan's Win Over Bangladesh Knocks Mitchell Marsh's Side Out of T20 World Cup 2024.

David Warner Retires from International Cricket

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