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O’Donnell said Warner should consider retiring from Test cricket

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Australia won this match by six wickets within two days. Warner scored his last Test century in January 2020 and scored 5, 48, 21, 28 in the four innings he played this summer before the first Test against South Africa.

Former Australia all-rounder Simon O’Donnell believes opener David Warner is not the Test player he used to be and the 36-year-old should consider retiring from the longest format of the game. Warner was able to score a total of three runs in both innings of the first Test cricket match against South Africa in Brisbane. Australia won this match by six wickets within two days. Warner scored his last Test century in January 2020 and scored 5, 48, 21, 28 in the four innings he played this summer before the first Test against South Africa.

O’Donnell told SEN Radio on Monday, “I think he (Warner) will be considering it and he will have to retire after the Sydney Test (third Test match which will be played from 4 to 8 January) against South Africa.” Should consider. “He said,” We are not only talking about the last few innings of David Warner. We are talking about David Warner’s performance in the last two years. He is no longer the player he used to be.

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