Former England captain Michael Vaughan is surprised at the “friction” between David Warner and some ex-players and fans. He described the Aussie batsman opener as “one of the greats.” Vaughan expressed his surprise at the lack of recognition for Warner’s greatness, despite his past mistakes causing friction with ex-players and Australian supporters. Vaughan praised Warner’s performances in T20 cricket, 50-over cricket, and Test match cricket, highlighting his fantastic record in Australia. Despite some controversy, Vaughan expects Warner to perform well in the coming Test matches.

Warner’s decision to declare his intention to retire after the Sydney match against Pakistan has led to criticism from people like former opening partner Ed Cowan, who referred to Warner as a “walking wicket.” However, Warner’s current teammates have been full of praise for his impact on the team. Australian captain Steve Smith and bowler Nathan Lyon highlighted Warner’s impressive career and important contributions to the team.

Warner’s positivity and energy have left a lasting impression on his teammates. Captain Pat Cummins and bowler Mitchell Starc shared fond memories of Warner’s performances and impact on the team, praising his role as one of the greatest Australian openers of all time.

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