David Warner Registers His 22nd Century During Australia vs Pakistan 1st Test 2019, Twitterati Hail Southpaw’s Sensational Comeback After a Horrific Ashes Series
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After a horrific outing in Ashes 2019, David Warner had redeemed himself by scoring a fabulous century in the 1st Australia vs Pakistan Test 2019. The southpaw didn’t really go to his vintage form but still managed to put on a significant score. He brought up his hundred in 183 deliveries with nine boundaries and has put his side in a commanding position. Batting first, Pakistan managed only 240 runs and pitch seemed to be helping the pacers. However, that wasn’t the case with Warner to played brilliantly and registered his 22nd Test ton. Twitterati went berserk with the opener’s sensational comeback and heaped praises on him. Australia Vs Pakistan, Cricket Score 1st Test Match.

Nothing was seemed to be going right for Warner in Ashes 2019 as he managed to score only 95 runs in 10 innings and got heavily criticized. However, he didn’t put a foot wrong against Pakistan and piled up a hundred. The likes of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, and Imran Khan breathed fire in the tour games but were completely neutralised by the star left-handed batsman in Brisbane. Meanwhile, let’s look at how the cricket fans reacted on Warner’s sensational return to form in Tests. Pat Cummins’ No-Ball Overlooked by Third-Umpire During 1st Australia vs Pakistan Test 2019, Cricket Fraternity Lash Out at the Glaring Error.

Great Numbers Against Pakistan!!

Sensational Return!!

That Vintage Jump!!

Fans are Delighted!!

Back to Form!!

Talking about the ongoing AUS vs PAK Test, Warner’s opening partner Joe Burns is also nearing a hundred and the duo have already added over 200 runs. Pakistan, who elected to bat first, managed to muster only 240 runs in the first innings. According to the current situation of the match, Australia are firmly placed on the driver’s seat and their victory seems just a matter of time. On the other hand, Pakistan will have to put an extraordinary effort in order to avoid the inevitable.