Warner appeals for return of stolen baggy green ahead of farewell Test

New Delhi, Jan 2: Having announced his ODI retirement on the morning of New Year’s Day, Australia’s departing opener David Warner has made a public plea via Instagram following the misplacement of his Baggy Green caps, purportedly taken while in transit from Melbourne to Sydney for the Test match.

The veteran opener, who is gearing up to wrap up his remarkable 12-year Test career in the upcoming third Test against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, expressed his distress in an Instagram video, expressing the sentimental value of the bag, particularly containing his cherished Baggy Green cap.

“Hi everyone, David Warner here. Unfortunately, this is my last resort to do this. But a couple of days ago, our bags got freighted via Qantas. We’ve gone through CCTV footage. They’ve got some blind spots, apparently. We spoke to the Quay West Hotel, who we absolutely trust, and have gone through their cameras,” Warner said in the video posted on Instagram.

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