Australian opening batter David Warner has made an appeal on social media for the return of his backpack containing his baggy green cap, which went missing during his transit from Melbourne to Sydney ahead of his farewell Test.

This incident has cast a shadow over the preparations of David Warner’s farewell Test match at his home ground Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) against Pakistan.

The ‘baggy green’ cap, which is a symbol of honor and pride, went missing from Warner’s backpack during the journey from Melbourne to Sydney, leaving the cricketer visibly upset.

In a heartfelt plea shared on social media, David Warner earnestly implored for the safe return of his backpack containing his iconic baggy green cap, which inadvertently vanished from his luggage. The bag contained two caps, including the one that Warner has worn for the majority of his 111 Tests.


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David Warner’s plea has reverberated across cricketing circles, drawing heartfelt responses from Pakistan captain Shan Masood, who called for a nationwide search, acknowledging Warner’s exemplary career.

Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley also echoed the same sentiment, urging anyone with information to step forward, emphasizing the cap’s significance for Warner’s final appearance at the SCG.

Meanwhile, minutes before the news of disappearance of David Warner’s baggy green, Australia skipper Pat Cummins confirmed an unchanged XI for Australia as they strive for a series-sealing 3-0 victory against Pakistan.

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