“Did you meet some of the players?” David Warner shuts down netizen for calling Australia ARROGANT 

An Indian fan said the Australian team became more arrogant after they beat India in the 2023 ICC ODI World Cup finals by 6 wickets.


“Did you meet some of the players?” David Warner shuts down netizen for calling Australia ARROGANT 

Glenn Maxwell, David Warner (Image via ESPNcricinfo)

In the past, the Australian team was filled with aggressive, arrogant players that would bring their 110% on the field. Often sledging their opponents, physically threatening them and trying their best to distract their opponents. After the 2018 Australia ball tampering scandal, there has been a change. Their players have become less aggressive, with the sledging and arrogance taking a back seat. So when an Indian fan said the Australian team were getting more arrogant, David Warner had to respond. 

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An Indian netizen on Twitter tagged Warner and posted that winning the World Cup made them more arrogant. Seeing the tweet, David Warner had to respond. 

 In past australian players were very arrogant but after winning this world cup they will become more arrogant.
A fan wrote on X.

He replied to the netizen, asking if he had met any of the Australian players or just venting out after India lost the 2023 ICC ODI World Cup finals. Ever since Pat Cummins took over as Test and ODI captain, he has refrained his team from sledging, with the 2021/22 Ashes being a great example. 

David Warner all set to play final Test series 

Just a few days before Australia faced India in the 2023 World Test Championship finals, David Warner announced his plan to retire from the longest format of the game. He said he will play his last Test match after playing Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, his home ground.  That match will be played on 3rd January. 

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David Warner
David Warner in Whites (Image via ICC)

Warner made his test debut in 2011, with his first Test century coming in his 2nd match. The very next year he fixed his spot as the opener of the team, a spot he retained till his ban in 2018 for ball tampering. He made his return in the 2019 Ashes and has kept the spot for the past 4 years. After a string of poor performances, many called for him to be dropped but the 37-year-old decided that he will retire. 

In the 199 innings he has played, the southpaw has scored 8487 runs with an average of 44.43. His best score came against Pakistan, where he scored 335* in the Adelaide Oval. He has won 3 Ashes and one World Test Championship is his glorious Test career. 

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