Australian cricketer David Warner completes 17,000 runs in international cricket
Melbourne, December 27: Australia's explosive opener David Warner has created another record by scoring a double century on the second day of the Boxing Day Test match being played in Melbourne on Tuesday. David Warner is playing this 100th Test match of his Test career, in which he scored 200 runs in 254 balls (not out). David Warner also hit 16 fours and 2 sixes during his innings. David Warner's strike rate has been 78.74 during this period.
Australia's explosive opener David Warner has created history in his 100th Test match. David Warner is the first Australian and the second batsman in the world to score a double century in his 100th Test match. David Warner, returning to form after three years, hit 200 runs in 254 balls while spewing fire with the bat. Although David Warner could have continued his fierce performance even more, but he has retired hurt after scoring 200 runs. However, David Warner can also go down to bat again in this match.
David Warner retired hurt due to heat in Melbourne. In this match, David Warner tore apart South African fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada, Enrique Norkhinya and Lungi Ngidi. Australia's stormy opener David Warner had earlier scored his last Test century in January 2021 and now in the year 2022, he has played an explosive inning of 200 runs, ending the drought of his 3-year centuries. With this, David Warner has equaled a big record of Sachin Tendulkar. David Warner has scored 45 centuries in international cricket as an opener. Sachin Tendulkar also scored 45 centuries as an opener in international cricket.
Australia veteran opener David Warner completed 17,000 runs in international cricket on Tuesday.
The batter accomplished this landmark during Australia's second Test against South Africa at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). In his 100th Test match, Warner delighted the crowd to the fullest and made a return to form at the most special occasion possible. He scored an unbeaten 200 off 254 balls, with 16 fours and two sixes at a strike rate of 78.74.
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