Australia cricketer David Warner played his final Test knock against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, scoring 57 runs in the second innings of the third Test. His knock contributed to Australia’s series-sealing eight-wicket win over Pakistan. After the match, Warner received a standing ovation and made a young boy’s day by gifting him his gloves and helmet. The heartwarming gesture has gone viral on social media. Warner recently retired from ODI cricket and is likely to retire from T20I cricket after the conclusion of the T20 World Cup 2024. In his Test career, he scored 8786 runs at an average of 44.59, with his highest score being 335 runs against Pakistan in 2019. Despite experiencing a low phase due to the 2018 Ball-Tampering Scandal, Warner holds the record of scoring the second-highest runs for Australia across all formats with 18612 runs.