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Watch: Pakistani players present retiring David Warner with a guard of honor. Usman Khawaja’s Motion Is Unmissable

<p>David Warner, who is scheduled to retire after the conclusion of the third Test match against Pakistan, received a thunderous cheer from the crowd as he took the field at his home ground, the Sydney Cricket Ground. Warner raised his bat in the air, acknowledging the supporters’ gesture. The Pakistani players also gave the 37-year-old a special guard of respect and expressed their congratulations to the outstanding batsman. Warner did, however, get a hearty hug from Usman Khawaja, his opening partner and boyhood buddy, before to entering the field of play.</p>
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<p>After Warner and Khawaja batted for only one over, the umpire quickly ruled that Australia was ahead 6/0.</p>
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<p>@cricketcomau, 3 January 2024<br />
Pakistan recovered from a precarious position earlier on Day 1 to score 313 thanks to half-centuries from Mohammad Rizwan, Agha Salman, and Aamer Jamal.</p>
<p>After choosing to back, the visitors, down 96/5, counterattacked to annoy the Australians at the SCG.</p>
<p>Following a collapse in the top order, Rizwan struck a rapid 88 off 103 balls, followed by a determined 82 off 97 from Jamal at number nine, and 53 off 67 from Salman to offer the visitors some hope.</p>
<p>Pat Cummins, the captain of Australia, got five wickets for 61 in the series, his third consecutive five-wicket haul.</p>
<p>Australia had a day of excitement that ended in despair as Pakistan came back from a disastrous start to save their side.</p>
<p>Defying Australia’s assault, Rizwan and Salman ignited the comeback with a passionate 94-run partnership.</p>
<p>After being benched for the first Test, Rizwan hammered ten fours and two sixes from 103 balls before falling victim to a legside trap created by Cummins.</p>
<p>After recording the highest individual score of the series for a batsman from Pakistan, he top-edged a pull shot for Josh Hazlewood to grab the catch at fine leg.</p>
<p>Salman onto the field and scored fifty runs until Travis Head caught him off Mitchell Starc.</p>
<p>Before losing to Nathan Lyon, Jamal maintained his comeback by recording his best Test score.</p>
<p>Australia won the second Test in Melbourne over Christmas by a close margin of 79 runs, sealing the three-match series.</p>

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