Australia’s opener David Warner mentioned he was “happy and relieved” to be reunited along with his lacking dishevelled inexperienced after he issued a social media plea on Tuesday.
Warner’s dishevelled inexperienced went lacking from his bag on the eve of his closing Take a look at match between Australia and Pakistan at his house Sydney Cricket Floor.
In a video posted to his Instagram account, the veteran batter claimed the cap was taken from his backpack throughout transit to Sydney.
“I am happy and relived that I’ve received my dishevelled again in my hand,” Warner mentioned.
“Any cricketer is aware of how particular their cap is and I’ll cherish this for the remainder of my life.
“I’m very grateful to all of these concerned in finding it – the Qantas staff, the freight firm, the resort and our personal staff administration.
“It’s a load off my shoulders going into the final couple of days. I actually recognize it so thanks all.”
At a press convention on Monday, Warner introduced he was additionally retiring from one-day cricket however would nonetheless be accessible for T20 internationals.
Australia’s victory over India within the World Cup closing in November was his final 50-over match on the worldwide stage and proved the right method for him to log out in that format.
Warner pleaded for its return on social media on Monday saying: “Sadly, somebody has taken my backpack out of my precise baggage, which had my backpack and my ladies’ presents in there, inside this backpack was my dishevelled inexperienced.
“It is sentimental to me, it is one thing I might like to have again in my palms strolling on the market come this week. If it’s the backpack you actually needed, I’ve a spare one right here, you will not get into bother.”
Warner made 34 in what’s more likely to be his penultimate innings within the lengthy type of cricket as Australia reached 116-2 on the rain-disrupted second day of the third Take a look at in opposition to Pakistan in Sydney.
Unhealthy gentle stopped play halfway by the second session earlier than an enormous rainstorm swept down throughout the town, leaving Australia nonetheless 197 runs behind Pakistan’s first innings rating of 313.