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Former Australia cricketer Mitchell Johnson launches a scathing attack on former Australia teammate Warner.

Former Australia cricketer Mitchell Johnson launches a scathing attack on former Australia teammate Warner.

Former Australia cricketer Mitchell Johnson launches a scathing attack on former Australia teammate Warner.

Former Australia cricketer Mitchell Johnson has targeted fellow cricketer, David Warner, even opposing giving him a Test farewell.

Opener David Warner has been named in the 14-member Australian squad for the Test series against Pakistan, chief selector George Bailey says that he will also be in Australia’s eleven-member squad for the Test match.

The left-handed batter will have his last dance in the red-ball cricket and will be hoping to end it on a high note.

Warner has amassed 8487 runs with a batting average of 44.4 in 109 test appearances and has scored 25 tons and 36 half-centuries.

Mitchell Johnson Said:

Mitchell Johnson said that giving him a Test farewell on Warner’s wish is not fair at all and is tantamount to disrespecting the team. Despite his poor form in the Test matches, he was selected by the selectors.

The former cricketer revealed that his performances over the past two years have been a must. David Warner has scored runs at an average of 26.74 in 36 innings during this period.

Ball-Tampering Scandal:

Johnson also said that the ball-tampering scandal has been going on for five years, but Warner never gave an explanation about it.

If we are preparing for David Warner’s Farewell series, can someone tell me why this is happening?

Former Fast Bowler:

The former fast bowler further asked why the struggling opener in Tests was allowed to announce his retirement on his own. Why is the player involved in the biggest scandal in Australian cricket history being given a hero’s send-off?

Johnson said that it is true that his overall record is better, but his performance in Test cricket in the last three years is quite a must.

The left-handed batter will have his last dance in the red-ball cricket and will be hoping to end it on a high note. Warner has amassed 8487 runs with a batting average of 44.4 in 109 test appearances and has scored 25 tons and 36 half-centuries.

 

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