Although David Warner On the second day of the Gabba Test against England, he missed his 25th Test Century, and the Australian team’s opener met his luck on the way to 94 exciting games.
Warner won as many as three lifelines and some games and turnovers throughout the game.When he hit the ball at the age of 17, the left-handed batter was hit Ben Stokes‘Delivered, but it is called without the ball.
When Warner reached 48 years old, he got a lifeline again after his second mistake Rory Burns. As if this were not enough, “Pocket Dynamite” later got another chance to stay in the middle Hasib Hamid Missed the opportunity of Australia’s opener.
All this happened in Australia’s 37th game. Warner passed the ball to Hamid on a short leg and ran impulsively before realizing that the British cricket player had the ball.
When Warner tried to return to his crease, he slipped, lost his bat and also escaped his crease. Hamid took time to hit the stump, but missed the opportunity because the New South Wales batsman survived.
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Travis Head’s late fireworks put Australia at the commanding heights
Warner was eventually fired Ollie Robinson At the end of the 56th time. The British sealer was slow to throw the ball, forcing the batsman to shoot early and throw the ball to the midfield. Stokes made no mistake.
After Warner was fired, Australia lost Cameron Green In the next delivery, England is back in the game.that time Intermediate batter Travis Head Fought back and played the number of games like ODI, scoring a century in just 85 deliveries.
Head unbeaten at 112 with Mitchell Stark (10 no), because the host scored 343/7 on the stump, leading England 196 times.