Warner barbs behind Stokes' Ashes heroics
Ben Stokes has revealed in his new book that being sledged relentlessly by David Warner inspired his stunning innings in the third Ashes Test at Headingley.Stokes' unbeaten 135 that inspired England to a one-wicket win to level the Ashes series at 1-1 has been widely lauded as the greatest innings of all time as the hosts chased down 369 to win thanks to his unlikely 76-run last wicket-stand with Jack Leach.
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David Warner has gone 10th on the Australian list of century-makers after punishing Pakistan in his first Test back on home soil since the ball-tampering ban.
Some 23 months since he last brought up triple figures in a Test, Warner leapt to the air in customary style and kissed his badge on Friday afternoon when he reached his 22nd Test ton.
After he went to tea on 99no, Warner brought up his hundred off his 180th ball, turning Pakistan spinner Yasir Shah behind square on the legside.
Paine hits out at Stokes for 'cheap shot' at Warner
Australia captain Tim Paine has blasted England all-rounder Ben Stokes for taking a "cheap shot" at David Warner, claiming he was using the controversial opening batsman to spike sales of his new book. In his book, which is being serialised in a British newspaper, he claims Warner's sledging motivated Stokes during his match-winning heroics in the third Ashes Test this year.
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It was one of the highlights of a dominant day for Australia, as he and Joe Burns combined for a double-century stand in reply to Pakistan's 240.
Warner has made a habit of making a statement in Australia since the 12-month ban stemming from Cape Town.
In his first game back at home for Randwick-Petersham in Sydney grade cricket last summer, he plundered 155 against St George at Coogee Oval.
This summer, when he made his first-class return on Australian soil, he hit 125 against Queensland at the Gabba.
And when he played his first international game in this home campaign, he struck another century - thumping an unbeaten 100 off just 56 balls in a Twenty20 against Sri Lanka.
Away from home, he also made three centuries in the one-day World Cup, with his only real blight since South Africa being the Ashes series where he averaged just 9.5.
Aussie odd couple prepare for Test reunion
Australia captain Tim Paine is seeking solidity at the top of the batting order and hopes to find it in odd couple Joe Burns and David Warner.Australia begin their Test summer against Pakistan at the Gabba on Thursday having recalled Queensland opener Joe Burns, who is likely to beat Cameron Bancroft to the role as Warner's opening partner.
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But if there were any questions over his Test future, Warner extinguished them in one innings on Friday when he passed his entire Ashes haul.
He drove gloriously through the covers, punishing anything that was too full outside off stump.
Four of his seven boundaries came through that region while, at another point, he also jumped down the deck and drove Yasir past mid-off for four.
He survived a near run-out on 93, making his ground by just centimetres to beat a direct hit from Yasir at midwicket.
Other than that, his only chance came on 56, when he inside edged 16-year-old debutant Naseem Shah behind to wicketkeeper Muhammad Rizwan.
But when replays showed Naseem had overstepped, Warner had his reprieve and, for the fourth time in his career, made an opponent pay for a no-ball with a century.
Warner considers cutting down on formats .
David Warner says he could consider retiring from at least one of cricket's three formats in the next 18 months. Fresh off hitting the 10th highest score of all time against Pakistan on Saturday with an unbeaten 335, Warner did not show the signs of a 33-year-old heading into the back-end of his career.