WATCH: David Warner hilariously walks into wrong dressing room after getting dismissed vs Oman

David Warner leaves everyone in splits as he walks into the Oman dressing room after he was dismissed for a valiant 56 in Barbados during the Australia vs Oman T20 World Cup match.

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The Australians made a terrific comeback into their opening contest of T20 World Cup 2024 against Oman. At one stage they were scoring at less than 6 runs per over with the score reading 50/3 in the 9th over. 

David Warner who has already announced that this will be his final ever tournament in Aussie colors played a brilliant knock. The left-handed batter scored 56 runs before he was dismissed by Kaleemullah in the 19th over. 

There was a hilarious incident that took place as soon as David Warner was out. The left-handed batter made his way upto the stairs trying to get into the dressing room. He was later stopped and told that he was going into the Oman dressing room instead of the Aussie dressing room. 

Oman jolted early during their chase 

Australian bowlers showed their class in their opening match of T20 World Cup 2024 against Oman. Having set a target of 165 runs to win, wicketkeeper Pratik Athavale was out for a first ball duck when he was out LBW to Mitchell Starc. Aqib Ilyas then fell to Marcus Stoinis for 18 to see his side slide to 29/3 from 6 overs. 

The Aussie veteran pacer came back to form with the ball in the latter half of the IPL. His exploits in the Qualifier and later the finals helped Kolkata Knight Riders win their third IPL title and second title in a decade. 

Earlier in the day Marcus Stoinis (67*) and David Warner (56) helped resurrect the Aussie innings after a slow start to the innings. Mehran Khan struck twice in two balls to dent the Aussie batting unit. 

The veteran pair though braved the storm and took full control of some loose bowling from Oman and opened their shoulders. At the half-way stage of the innings Aussie all-rounder Marcus Stoinis while interacting with the commentators spoke about how happy he was with the knock. 

“I’m happy how I finished, it was very tough. (On Warner's knock) Shows his experience at the top of the order every game, he is class apart. He spent time in the middle and didn’t panic, he did what is right for the team. We were going to accelerate regardless and if you get one or two boundaries at the start, you target that over. Nothing outright but that’s part of a game-plan” said Marcus Stoinis after his 67 not out at the half-time interaction. 

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