David Warner started new year in a grand fashion as he continued his glorious form of scoring Centuries in 2016 and this time he has been more brutal and insane than the last year as he brought up his Century within the first session of test match at SCG.
After winning the toss and elected to bat first, Australia got to a tremendous start as David Warner blazed Pakistan attack to all over the park with his fantastic 113 off 95 deliveries which includes 17 fours.
David Warner brought up his Century in just 78 balls which says how brutal he has been throughout the knock. Australia recorded 152 run partnership for the opening wicket in which 113 runs scored by David Warner.
As David recorded yet another historic ton, people took to Twitter to appluad the knock while few trolled Pakistan bowling attack. Here are the few best tweets, have a look –
— Sudhanshu (@sudhanshu_59) January 3, 2017
David Warner now has three Test hundreds at better than a run a ball.
Gilchrist has six. Sehwag has seven #AUSvPAK
— ANKUR PAYASI (@Mr_Ankur_Quotes) January 3, 2017
— Rohan Mamtora (@RohanMamtora) January 3, 2017
#AusvsPak David Warner is shining like star after IPl👍👍👍😉😉😉😊
— Pragati (@rk9781724) January 3, 2017
Too easy for David Warner against this toothless Pakistan unit . #AusvsPak
— Rakesh (@Rakeysh84) January 3, 2017
— ❤ (@vaishali_45) January 3, 2017
David Warner 5th batsman, 4th Aussie to make a 100 before lunch on opening day of a Test match
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) January 3, 2017
David Warner becomes the first batsman to score a hundred runs before lunch in Australia!
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) January 3, 2017
100 before lunch , not many in world cricket are probable contestants to do it.
David Warner ,though is extra special.#AusvsPak
— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) January 3, 2017
— Cricket Talkies (@CricketTalkies) January 3, 2017
— ICC (@ICC) January 3, 2017
Bloody good hit David Warner. Love test cricket. You never know what day/innings or even hour will be the defining moment. #AUSvPAK
— Kurt Fearnley (@kurtfearnley) January 3, 2017
Hayden Strong – Langer precise
Watson Strong – Katich precise
Warner Strong – Rogers precise
Warner Strong – Renshaw precise
— Luke Cooper (@LukeyCooper) January 3, 2017
Amazing 💯 @davidwarner31!!
Would have looked great on the OLED.#AUSvPAK
— Andy Lee (@andy_lee) January 3, 2017
David Warner had no idea of record he broke at SCG this morn until he came off for lunch, and team doctor Peter Brukner told him #AUSvPAK
— Andrew Ramsey (@ARamseyCricket) January 3, 2017
— Damien Fleming (@bowlologist) January 3, 2017