David Warner Baggy Green Cap: Australian batsman David Warner, who is playing his last test match, has given good news to the fans. In fact, during the ongoing third Test against Pakistan, David Warner shared a video and said that his lost baggy green cap has been found. Let us tell you that while debuting in Test cricket for Australia, every player gets a baggy green cap.
Before the start of the third day’s play between Australia and Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, David Warner revealed on social media app Instagram that his two baggy green caps have been found. He also thanked everyone involved in finding it.
David Warner said in the video, Hello everyone. I am very happy to tell you all that my baggy green caps have been received. Any cricketer knows how special this cap is. I will cherish it all my life. I am very grateful to everyone involved in finding it. The burden that was on my shoulders for the past few days has been lifted, so I appreciate it. Thanks to everyone involved.
According to a statement from Cricket Australia, the bag in which he was kept was found in the team hotel (in Sydney) containing all the belongings. Although how they got it is still a mystery.
Cricket Australia said it did not know how the missing bag got there, despite an extensive search and review of CCTV footage at multiple locations and efforts by multiple parties since Tuesday. Earlier this week, Warner’s bag, which contained a baggy green cap, went missing while traveling from Melbourne to Sydney. After this, Warner made an emotional appeal on social media to return his baggy green.