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Sport Warner breaks Bradman record with triple ton

09:20  30 november  2019
09:20  30 november  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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David Warner has broken Donald Bradman 's record for the highest score at the Adelaide Oval, with the Australian opener snaring a triple century in the second Test against Pakistan. © AAP The New South Welshman reached the milestone in just 389 balls.

Warner 's triple century makes him just the seventh Aussie player to do so in Test cricket and the first since Michael Clarke in 2011. In doing so, Warner broke another of Bradman 's record - the previous best of 299 that the legendary batsman scored in Adelaide against South Africa in 1932.

David Warner has broken Donald Bradman's record for the highest score at the Adelaide Oval, with the Australian opener snaring a triple century in the second Test against Pakistan.

  Warner breaks Bradman record with triple ton © AAP The New South Welshman reached the milestone in just 389 balls.

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Warner cruised past Bradman's score of 299, which was posted at the ground almost 88 years ago.

The left-hander is the first batsman to ever score 300 at the ground, and was on 308 shortly before the dinner break.

"Take a bow David Warner, that is something very, very special," Aussie legend Shane Warne told Fox Cricket.

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