David Warner has scored twenty-second international centuries in tests for Australia. He is an Australian international cricketer
and former captain of Australia.
The 33-year-old appeared to be caught behind on 56 at the Gabba, but 16-year-old bowler Naseem Shah’s (who made his test debut) delivery was ruled a no-ball on replay and also survived another scare on 93 when he was nearly run out by a direct hit from the deep in Brisbane.
Warner scored his 4th 150+ runs in his Test career. He scored a total of 151 runs in 265 balls including 10 fours with a 56.98 strike rate.
Another opener Joe Burns also played well, he missed century with just 3 runs short scored 97 runs in 166 balls including 10 fours.
Warner scored last made a Test century in the 2017 Boxing Day Test against England. In the 2019 Ashes, Series Warner scored just 95 runs in 10 innings.
Warner’s score in 2019 Ashes Series:
1st Test: 02,08
2nd Test: 03,05
3rd Test: 61,00
4th Test: 00,00
5th Test: 05,11
Scoreboard: Pakistan Tour of Australia
PAK 1st Innings: 240/10 (86.2)
AUS 1st Innings: 312/1 (87.0)
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