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10 stars who might be playing their last T20 World Cup in 2024

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma might quit playing T20Is post the T20I World Cup.

3. David Warner

David Warner
David Warner. (Image Credits: Twitter)

David Warner is the other experienced player who is expected to play his last T20 World Cup. The swashbuckling opener was a crucial member of Australia’s maiden T20 World Cup win in 2021. The aggressive left hander has been one of the valuable players in the truncated version of the game.

He is known for his potential to take the bowling attack to the cleaners with his aggressive stroke play making him one of the potential threats to the opposition bowlers. What really sets David Warner apart from most other batters is his fearless approach that he brings to the table.

It is one of the important traits that has helped him to dominate the bowlers like a hot knife through butter. Overall, he scored 3099 runs in 103 appearances, laced with 1 century and 29 fifties.

4. Shakib Al Hasan

Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Shakib Al-Hasan has been one of the underrated all-rounders in the history of international cricket. He has been one of the backbones of Bangladesh cricket team across formats. The experienced campaigner will probably be playing his last T20 World Cup this time.

He has been economically effective with the ball, containing runs, keeping the batters in check. Besides that, he scored valuable runs in the middle-order. The veteran will be looking forward to ticking the boxes and firing all the cylinders for the team.

Overall, he played 122 T20Is for Bangladesh in T20Is. He scored 2440 runs including 12 fifties. On the contrary, the 37-year-old took 146 wickets at an economy of 6.78 including 2 five-wicket hauls.


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