Warner in another homegrown Test statement
David Warner has hit his first Test century in almost two years, bringing up three figures in the first Test against Pakistan at the Gabba.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.
David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne powered Australia to a commanding position on the first night of Pakistan did themselves no favours with selection and strategy backfiring but there was no taking away Warner , meanwhile, is once again a top-order rock for Australia after his Ashes nightmare
Marnus Labuschagne became Test cricket’s leading run-scorer for 2019 as he and David Warner hit a record pink- ball partnership.
Yet another Pakistani debutant has been robbed of a maiden Test wicket after carelessly straying over the crease when bowling to Aussie opener David Warner.
With Warner cruising amid a monster innings of 226, seamer Musa Khan drew a false shot with a full ball outside off stump.
The left-hander got a thick edge to straight to Babar Azam at gully, but umpire Richard Illingworth's arm was extended for a no-ball.
Replays showed it was the correct call, with the 19-year-old's foot clearly over the line.
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A no-ball denies the first Test wicket for Musa Khan!
Warner century inspires Australia domination against Pakistan
David Warner's 22nd Test hundred and Joe Burns' 97 put Australia firmly in control heading into day three.David Warner hit an unbeaten century as Australia piled on the pain for Pakistan on day two of the first Test in Brisbane.— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau)
Australia cricket team toured the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from 5 October to 3 November 2014 and played one Twenty20 International (T20I), three One Day Internationals (ODIs)
David Warner was in good touch as he made his first ton in nearly two years, but he had a bit of luck on his Having already survived a caught behind off the bowling of debutant Naseem Shah after the Imran Khan managed to seam one back in to the left hander, with Warner 's decision to leave proving
It's the second time in the two Tests that Warner has been given a reprieve by a bowler overstepping.
Last week in Brisbane, debutantonly for the batsman to be called back as replays showed the 16-year-old had bowled a no-ball.
The moment in Adelaide compounded the visitors' misery, with Australia setting about building a mammoth total.
More to come.
Australia wins by innings and 48 runs, sweeps Pakistan 2-0 .
Nathan Lyon had never taken a five-wicket haul against Pakistan. The veteran off-spinner hadn’t taken a wicket in the day-night test until the fourth day. Then they tumbled. He took two wickets in the first session Monday and three in the second before Australia finished off a victory by an innings and 48 runs under lights to complete a two-test series sweep with more than a day to spare. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.