Virender Sehwag redefined the way Test cricket needs to played and now, David Warner is following his footsteps. But one has to accept a fact that Warner’s ability to adapt himself into different formats and still play with the same aggression makes him one of the greats of the generation.

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David Warner hit his 17th ton of his Test career against Pakistan on the day 3 of the 2nd Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Batting first, Pakistan posted 443 runs courtesy an exhilarating double hundred from Azhar Ali.

Yet, the happiness on their faces didn’t last long as David Warner came out to bat with a positive intent and right from the word go, he ensured Pakistan were tottering. He got to his hundred off just 113 balls and got out on 144 off 143 balls to Wahab Riaz.

A thoroughly entertaining knock deserves some applause from the fans and he did leave with a standing ovation from the MCG crowd. Here’s how Twitter reacted to his breathtaking knock.