At last, David Warner finds what he's been searching for days

At last, David Warner finds what he’s been searching for days. After his baggy greens were taken from his luggage during a travel to Sydney for the third Test match against Pakistan, Australian player David Warner was able to get them back.

The soon-to-be-retired 37-year-old footballer expressed his satisfaction and relief at having located his Test cap.

Australian cricket players have a great regard for the baggy greens and a longstanding custom of wearing the caps throughout their careers, even if they are broken and worn.

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A video of Warner saying, “Any cricketer knows how special their cap is and I will treasure this for the rest of my life,” was uploaded to Instagram. “It is a load off my shoulders going into the last couple of days.”

Warner’s final Test match will be the third Test against Pakistan, which is currently taking place in Sydney.

One of Australia’s best opening batsman, he has amassed 8,729 Test runs at an average of 44.53 with 26 hundreds since making his debut in 2011.

The treasured Test cap was missing from Warner’s bag, which was lost on the team’s Melbourne to Sydney journey. But after several days of looking, the cricketer’s desperation for the return of baggy greens paid off, as the equipment was discovered. In a statement, CA stated, “David Warner’s missing baggy greens have been located.”

“The entire contents of the backpack they were packed was discovered at the team hotel (in Sydney).

“The movements of the missing bag are unknown despite extensive searches and the review of CCTV footage at multiple locations and the efforts of numerous parties since Tuesday.”

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