Warner sets a record double tonne in the 100th Test, but gets hurt in the jubilant celebration and retires hurt.
David Warner scored a record double century in his 100th Test match for Australia. He ended his 1089 days long wait for a triple-figure mark in Test cricket.
David Warner scored an unbeaten 200 off 254 balls in his 100th Test match. He became only the second batter ever to score a double century in their 100th appearance.
Warner gets to his 200th with a boundary, but this time against South Africa’s Lungi Ngidi. He immediately goes down on his knee and pumps his fists in celebration as Melbourne crowd heaps praise on him.
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