David Warner's special act comes to light after farewell Test against Pakistan

The opener was involved in a special team moment after his farewell Test.

David Warner with his family and Warner sings the team song.
David Warner celebrated his retirement match with his family (pictured left) before leading the team song out in the middle of the Sydney Cricket Ground with his teammates. (Images: Getty Images/@Beastieboy07)

The Australian cricket team has been filmed in a beautiful moment after David Warner's farewell match at the Sydney Cricket Ground after it emerged the batter led the team song one last time. Warner played his final innings on Saturday when he scored 57 as Australia defeated Pakistan to win the series 3-0.

Warner made two young fans' day having handed out his gloves to one and his helmet to another as he strode off the pitch one last time. "It's pretty much a dream come true," Warner said of his retirement Test.

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"You win 3-0 and cap off what has been a great 18 months for the team." Captain Pat Cummins described Warner as 'box office' after showcasing a typical Warner image to reach a half-century in his final knock.

And Warner joked he was trying to recreate his famous 2009 Twenty20 debut against South Africa out in the middle. Warner's family joined him on the famous ground as he farewelled his teammates and the fans in beautiful scenes.

And a video has emerged from cricket reporter Bharat Sundaresan of the Aussie team and staff gathering on the field after all the fans had left. Warner led the team song one final time as the group huddled around the 212 Test match veteran.

The video shows the immense respect his teammates have for him and the void left after his final Test match ahead of the series against the West Indies. Warner's teammates treated the opener to a shower from the drinks after his final song.

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Fans were on their feet at the SCG as Warner turned back the clock to muscle out an exciting knock to put to an end his 12-year career in the baggy green. "I said to Marnus ... 'I've got nothing to lose so I'm going to go out there and play the way that I do'," Warner added.

"I've always said (with) low totals, you've got to come out and be very positive. That's what I set out to do. I enjoyed the way that I went about it out there. I played with freedom. I was relaxed. I'm always calm and clear. But today was the end, so I I wanted to go out my way."

David Warner smiles in his retirement.
David Warner (pictured) led the team song one final time after his 112th and farewell Test. (Photo by SAEED KHAN/AFP via Getty Images)

And Warner, as he has done in recent years, handed two young fans his gloves and helmet in a lovely moment following his last innings. Warner finished his career on 57 runs before being dismissed for the last time. Captain Cummins was full of praise for Warner and admitted it was going to be a big void left in the team.

"One thing is the style he plays, and today a run-a-ball 50 on a tricky wicket," Cummins said. "But also in Test cricket you play in all kinds of conditions. And losing someone who has played 100 Test matches is pretty hard to fill. It was a good reminder of what an experienced and high-class cricketer Davey is."

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