‘Yeh kaam ek hi aadmi kar sakta hai’ – Fans react to David Warner’s Baggy Green Cap going missing after video goes viral

Fans react to David Warner's latest viral video where he has asked for his stolen Baggy Green cap to be given back ahead of the final Test in Sydney versus Pakistan.

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David Warner (Source-Twitter)

Star Australian batter David Warner is set to retire from Test Cricket in the next few days. Ahead of the massive, the 37-year-old has seen his cap get stolen. Warner took to his Instagram handle and posted a video asking fervently for the cap to be brought back. 

Sydney Cricket Ground will be hosting the emotional final game for David Warner on Wednesday. Australia have already wrapped up the series with their win in Melbourne. Pakistan on the other hand will be playing for pride and to avoid a whitewash.

Ahead of the final Test on Wednesday, there was yet another announcement on Monday. Warner had revealed that he is quitting the ODI format as well. However, the two-time World Cup winner also revealed that he could make a comeback for Champions Trophy 2025 if need be. 

David Warner requests for his Green Cap –

Star Australian opener David Warner has seen the eve of his Final Test Match get ruined. On Tuesday morning it came to light that the 37-year-old had his Baggy Green cap stolen. The cap is of importance to many of the Test players and holds a sentimental value in Australian Cricket.

Taking on his Instagram handle, David Warner said, “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 the CCTV footage, and they’ve got some blind spots apparently. We have spoken to the hotel authorities, whom we trust and gone through their cameras and no one came to our rooms”

David Warner promised to give a backpack and promised no action to be taken if the cap was return. “But sadly someone has taken my backpack out of my actual luggage which had my backpack and my girl’s presents in there. Inside this backpack is my baggy green. It’s sentimental to me and I would love to have it back in my hands walking out there come this week”

The cricketer put out an appeal and asked for the cap to be given by either reaching out to Australian Cricket or the player himself. Warner also promised to give a spare backpack if the cap was given back. Once the video went viral people’s Twitter reactions were over the top. 

Here’s how the fans reacted –