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'When My Circle Got Smaller..'- David Warner Shares Cryptic 'Loyalty' Post Before Manchester Test

image-lk7s34hiDavid Warner has managed just 141 runs in The Ashes 2023 [Source: AP]

Australian opener David Warner has been in the eye of the storm for his poor performances in the ongoing 'The Ashes 2023'. Warner, 36, is nearing the fag-end of his career, and his dipping form only adds to the noise around him.

Warner, who has managed just 141 runs in the Ashes 2023 thus far, has been rattled by England's pacer Stuart Broad, inviting more criticism on the star opener. Australia, who leads the series 2-1, will look to close the series at Manchester, which will host the fourth Test starting tomorrow.

Warner, whose place in the side is unsure, took to Instagram and shared a cryptic quote, with the caption, "Don't be fooled!". 

Here's what Warner Shared

"When my circle got smaller, my vision got clearer. There’s strength in loyalty, not numbers."


Warner's opening partner Usman Khawaja has backed the former to open at Old Trafford, while skipper Pat Cummins and head coach Andrew McDonald have given no such indications.

Earlier, Warner's wife Candice also posted a cryptic Instagram post, hinting towards the Australian opener's impending retirement call post the Ashes 2023. 

The Delhi Capitals skipper had expressed the desire to retire from Test cricket after the Sydney Test in January 2024 against Pakistan.