In a heartfelt plea on social media, David Warner, the renowned Australian cricketer, is seeking the return of his backpack, which holds his cherished baggy green cap, after it mysteriously disappeared during transit as the team travelled from Melbourne to Sydney for Warner’s final Test match.
Warner, set to play his 112th and last Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground, expresses his deep desire to recover his sentimental cap. Alongside the plea for his baggy green, Warner also disclosed his retirement from ODIs during New Year’s Eve. The Aussie will continue to be available for the shortest format of the game while also playing in T20 leagues. Warner remains open for selection in the 50-over Champions Trophy next year if required.
In a video message, Warner shares that his backpack, containing both his baggy green and gifts for his daughters, was taken from his luggage. He emphasizes the sentimental value of the baggy green and extends an offer of a spare backpack to the person responsible, urging them to return his cherished cap. Warner encourages anyone with information to reach out to Cricket Australia or himself through social media.