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Saturday, November 30, 2019

David Warner, the first batsman to score a triple century at Adelaide Oval.

David Warner, the first batsman to score a triple century at Adelaide Oval.

David Warner, the first batsman to score a triple century at Adelaide Oval.
David Warner, the first batsman to score
a triple century at Adelaide Oval.

The second match of the 2 Test series between hosts Australia and visiting Pakistan is going to be memorable on the cricket ground in Adelaide. Australia lead 1-0 in this series.  Earlier Pakistan have also lost the T-20 series 2–0. It was T-20 Series 3 matches but the first match was cancelled due to rain.


Australian opener batsman David Warner has scored his first triple century of his career
Australian opener batsman David Warner has
scored his first triple century of his career
Australian opener batsman David Warner has scored his first triple century of his career, batting brilliantly in the Day-Night Test match against Pakistan. David Warner has become the first batsman to score a triple century on the Adelaide ground.


Azhar Ali First Batsman who Scored triple century in Day-Night Test
Azhar Ali, First Batsman who Scored triple century
 in Day-Night Test
David Warner is the second batsman to score a triple century in the Day-Night Test. In the Day-Night Test, the first triple century was scored by Azhar Ali of Pakistan against the West Indies.
So far, this is the 31st time in Test cricket when a batsman has scored a triple century in Test cricket.
Warner scored 300 runs of his innings, off 389 balls. This is the fourth fastest triple century in Test history. Warner had not hit any six until his 300 runs.
The Fastest triple century record holder, Virender Sehwag
The Fastest triple century record holder, Virender Sehwag

By the way, the record for the fastest triple century is in the name of India's Virender Sehwag who scored a triple century against South Africa in 2007-08 with just 278 balls.

Australia declared its innings ended at a score of 589 runs
Australia declared its innings ended at a score of 589 runs
Australia declared its innings ended at a score of 589 runs. 3 wickets were dismissed on this score. David Warner and Matthew Wade were batting.
Warner scored 335 off 418 balls, scoring 39 fours and a six in this innings.
Marnus Labuschagne hit 162 runs. David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne added 361 runs for the second wicket. Steven Smith was out for 36 while Matthew Wade was unbeaten by 38 runs.


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