David Warner World Record: David Warner’s world record! First cricketer to score half-centuries and centuries in T20

David Warner World Record: David Warner’s world record!  First cricketer to score half-centuries and centuries in T20


Pudhari Online Desk: David Warner World Record: Australia’s opener David Warner created a new record in the T20 match against West Indies. The first T20 series match against West Indies on Friday became the 100th match of his T20 career. Or in the match he scored only 70 runs in 36 balls. He has become the third player in the world to play 100 innings in all three formats of international cricket and the first player in the world to score 50+ runs in his 100th Test, 100th ODI and 100th T-20 match.

Warner’s international career (David Warner World Record)

Warner’s half, New Zealand’s Ross Taylor and India’s Virat Kohli have played at least 100 matches in the same three formats of cricket. Taylor has played 112 Tests, 236 ODIs and 102 T20 Internationals in his career. On the other hand, Kohli has played 113 Tests, 292 ODIs and 117 T20 Internationals in his career so far. Aata or both veterans have joined Warner’s Navahi or Yadit later. He has played 112 Tests, 161 ODIs and 100 T20s for Australia. In which he has made 8786, 6932, 2964 raids respectively. Warner has played 176 IPL matches. In which 6397 runs have come from his bat.

100th ODI against India

Warner played his 100th test match against South Africa. In that match he scored 255 runs and 200 runs. After this he played his 100th ODI against India. Joe Warner scored 124 runs off 119 balls. He then played his 100th T-20 international match against West Indies in which Sakarli scored 70 runs. Warner has retired from Test and ODI formats.

Australia’s big score against West Indies

In the first T20 match against West Indies, Australia scored 213 runs and lost 7 wickets with 20 sixes. Apart from Warner, batsmen like Josh English and Tim David also made suitable contributions. The English scored 39 runs in 25 runs. He hit 5 fours and 1 six in his game. There was a partnership of 8 sixes and 93 runs between Warner and English. After this, Team David Kelly played brilliantly in the last sixes scoring 37 runs off 17 balls. He hit 4 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. Windies’ Andre Russell took 3 wickets and Alzarri Joseph took 2 wickets. Jason Holder and Romario Shepherd got 1 wicket each.





Source link