After the World Cup, Australia and Pakistan are all set to lock horns with each other. Both teams will play a three-match Test series. With this test series, David Warner will bid goodbye to test cricket. Regarding this retirement, former Australian bowler Mitchell Johnson lashed out at David Warner and chief selector George Bailey. After this saga, Australian great Steve Waugh.
David Warner-Mitchell Johnson Saga:
Australia and Pakistan will be playing three tests. After winning the World Test Championship, David Warner announced after the third test against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, that he will retire from the longest format of cricket. Former Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson criticized this decision.
He also questioned Warner’s selection in the test squad against Pakistan. He also drew David Warner’s connection with the ball-tempering scandals. Not just Warner, he also attacked chief selector George Bailey. Cricket Australia was shaken up after this heated moment.
Steve Waugh’s Words:
Steve Waugh is one of the greatest skippers in Australia. This Australian great also talked about this matter. He said, “They are both adults who are entitled to their opinions and should be able to handle criticism.” That was great advice from the great.
David Warner is ready to conclude his test career. He has an amazing test career. He has played some excellent knocks in the longest format over the years. Now it is the time to sign off. Recently, he has been facing some difficulties with the test format. He is struggling with the bat. This is going to be the last test series of his career. He will try hard to end his career in the format in high.