Cricket World Cup 2023: “Who said I’m finished?” David Warner drops huge hint on World Cup future after Australia’s victory in final

He has won 2 ODI World Cups, in 2015 and 2019, and was also instrumental in Australia winning the 2021 T20 World Cup. 


Cricket World Cup 2023: “Who said I’m finished?” David Warner drops huge hint on World Cup future after Australia’s victory in final

David Warner (Image via ESPNcricinfo)

On 19th November, Australian Opener David Warner won his 2nd World Cup title. At the age of 37, the Australian opener has featured in three World Cups, scoring 1527 runs in 29 innings. Many believed that this was his last appearance in the World Cup as he already announced that he was going to retire from Tests in December 2023. But Warner has dropped a massive hint regarding his white ball cricket future. 

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ESPNcricinfo posted an infographic of Warner’s performances in the World Cup. The Australian veteran took notice of the post.

David Warner's ODI World Cup career ends with a glorious record. 
ESPNcricinfo wrote on X.
 Who said I’m finished?
Warner wrote on X.

David Warner is regarded as one of the greatest white ball players of all time. He has won 2 ODI World Cups, in 2015 and 2019, and was also instrumental in Australia winning the 2021 T20 World Cup. 

David Warner thanks and apologizes to Indian fans

Fans know how much David Warner loves India and its culture. He is a huge fan of the Indian movie, Pushpa, and has regularly uploaded videos of him and his family dancing on Indian songs. So when he and his team beat India in the 2023 ICC ODI World Cup final, he made sure he thanked and apologized to the Indian fans. 

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David Warner and Glenn Maxwell kiss the World Cup trophy (Image via ESPN)

On 20th November he tweeted out how sorry he was he broke so many Indian hearts but congratulated them for putting up “a serious event” and keeping a great atmosphere. Later in an Instagram post he thanked India and Indians for organizing the World Cup. He later stated how happy he was that his nation won their 6th World Cup Title and will see everyone in the 2027 World Cup. 

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