David Warner continues his spectacular series with yet another mammoth score as the Aussie southpaw scored 250 runs against a toothless Pakistan side. The left-hander dominated the visitors from the get-go as he completed his 23rd Test century on Day 1 which made him the fifth most prolific century-scorer as a Test opener. Among Australian openers, only Mathew Hayden has more Test centuries with 30. Warner scored a massive 154 in the first match, which helped Australia to beat Pakistan by an innings and five runs. The Aussie batsmen went past the score of 200 for the first time in four years. Steve Smith Becomes Fastest Batsman to Score 7000 Runs, Achieves Feat During Australia vs Pakistan 2nd Test Match 2019.
After a disappointing Ashes series, there were doubts raised over Warner, whether he can find his form in the longest format of the game but the Sydney man has proved his doubters wrong by scoring yet another gigantic score. This is the first time Warner has gone past the 200 run-mark in Test’s since 2015 when he scored 253 against New Zealand. The southpaw stitched a partnership of 361 runs with Marnus Labushagne to take the Asian side to the cleaners and leave them helpless. Australia finished Day 1 on 302-1 with Warner scoring 166 not-out, batting gloriously to hit back-to-back hundreds for the sixth time in his career. This is the first time in his career that he has made consecutive scores of 150 or above. Australia Vs Pakistan, Live Cricket Score 2nd Test Match.
Warner will look to continue his great form and get his first triple-ton of his career. The Aussie reached 250 at the rate of knots as he completed the milestone score in just 330 balls. Australia are in a strong position in this match and will be the favorite to win it and clean sweep Pakistan in yet another Test series in Australia.