Aus vs SL: David Warner played a stormy innings on his birthday, scored the first...
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Australian opener David Warner has made a comeback against Sri Lanka with a bang. In the first match of the T20 series played on Sunday, Warner scored an Atishi century off just 56 balls. With the help of this century, Australia scored 233 for 2 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs.
Australia opened the batting after losing the toss in the first match of the three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka and scored a mountain like score on the stormy century of opener David Warner. Captain Aaron Finch and Glenn Maxwell also scored Atisha half-centuries. Finch scored 64 off 36 balls while Maxwellne scored 62 off 28 balls.
Warner scored a century on his birthday
On October 27, David Warner is celebrating his 33rd birthday. Warner, who came to play on the field on his birthday, made a brilliant comeback after playing a blazing innings. Warner scored an unbeaten 100 off just 56 balls. On the last ball of the innings, he completed his century by taking 1 run. In this innings he hit 10 fours and 4 sixes.
First century of T20 career set on birthday
Warner scored the first century of his T20 career on his birthday. With this century, Warner made his birthday memorable. Warner, who played 70 T20 matches, had earlier scored his best score against Sri Lanka. Warner scored an unbeaten 90 against Sydney in 2013.
Century in last over
Warner had scored 92 runs in the 19th over and needed 8 runs to complete the century. The first ball of Shanaka, who came to the last over, was wide, after this, Warner hit a brilliant four on the second ball. He took the score to 97 with 1 run off the third ball. After this, Warner scored two runs on the fifth ball and scored the first century of T20 career with 1 run on the last ball of the over.