David Warner has withdrawn from the third and final match of Australia's Twenty20 series against New Zealand in Auckland on Sunday with adductor soreness, Cricket Australia announced on Saturday.
"To be fair, over here the harsh reality is that we are neighbours and like to beat each other in sport," said Warner.
Skipper Mitch Marsh paid tribute to Warner and the impact he has made on Australian cricket in all formats of the game.
"Pleasing to get the win on the board. I feel refreshed and a lot of energy," said Warner.
David Warner slammed 70 off 36 balls in his 100th Twenty20 international to help propel Australia to 213-7 in the opening clash against the West Indies on Friday.
Australian cricketer Alex Ross has just come to the BPL after playing the Big Bash League with Sydney Thunder. While he played alongside David Warner and Alex Hales in the Big Bash on January 14, franchise cricket's demand brought him to Bangladesh for the first time yesterday, and he will have to quickly adjust to new conditions and gel with new teammates.
The truth behind Australia’s recently retired opener David Warner’s missing baggy green has finally been revealed.
Steve Smith said Sunday he felt obligated to step up and replace David Warner as Australia's Test opener, but also admitted it suited him because he got bored waiting to come in at four.
Australian opener is set to have quite an eventful day tomorrow as the 37-year-old nicknamed ‘The Bull’ will first attend his brother’s wedding and then fly back to Sydney to play in a Big Bash League fixture.