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As Warner's friend, want him to end on a high with Cup win: Usman Khawaja
6/24/2024 9:59:38 PM
NEW DELHI, June 24: He has had the best seat at the other end of the 22 yards watching David Warner in full flow and no wonder Usman Khawaja wants Australian team to give his opening partner a fitting farewell with a T20 World Cup triumph.
Warner is set to retire from international cricket once Australia's campaign in the ongoing T20 World Cup concludes, which Khawaja loves to believe will only be after winning the coveted final.
"As a friend, I'd love to see him (Warner) finish on a high. He's been playing some really good cricket. It's been really nice to see. You can tell he's just enjoying being out there. He's playing pretty relaxed. So he should. Yeah, it would be good to see," Khawaja told PTI Videos in an interview ahead of Australia's last Super 8s match against India.
The veteran Australia opener is confident that a shock defeat against Afghanistan won't stand in the way of Mitchell Marsh's team winning the T20 World Cup for the second time since 2021.
Even if Australia lose to India in their last Super 8s match in Gros Islet on Monday evening (India time), Afghanistan will then have to meet improbable equations in order to beat them in net run-rate.
"If Australia beats India and makes it to the semi-final, I think definitely, I think they can win. I think we've just got to get to the semi-final," Khawaja said.
He spoke about Australia's ability to lift their game at the knock-out stages.
"I think we've shown over the years that we're a great knockout team. As soon as there's a knockout situation, more times than not we've won, but we've just got to get there."
Khawaja praised Marsh for his leadership skills and his captaincy is a reflection of the kind of person he is.
"I think his captaincy is just him. It's him as a person. He doesn't try to be anything that he's not. He's relaxed. He goes out and plays the game, takes the game on, leads from the front, leads by his actions. So, I've really enjoyed watching his captaincy," he said.
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