David Warner made a big achievement in his name

Australia’s explosive opener David Warner is continuously making his farewell Test series memorable. Warner played an important role in his team’s 360-run victory by scoring a tremendous century in the Perth Test. At the same time, on the very first day of the Boxing Day Test which started from December 26 in Melbourne, the left-handed batsman made a special achievement in his name and now he has become the second batsman to score the most runs for Australia in all three formats.

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37-year-old K Warner now has 18,515 runs in 371 international matches. He is behind only Ricky Ponting, who scored 27,368 runs in 559 matches during his career. Warner left behind legendary Australian cricketer and former captain Steve Waugh during his achievement. Waugh had scored 18,496 runs in 493 matches.

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Before the Melbourne Test, Warner had 18477 runs in his name and he needed 20 runs to overtake Waugh. At the beginning of the innings, on the personal score of 2, he was caught in the slip off Shaheen Afridi’s ball and after this he was successful in playing an inning of 38 runs. Due to this innings, the achievement of scoring the most international runs for Australia was also recorded in his name.

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David Warner had already announced that he would like to leave the red ball format after the Test match to be held in Sydney during the series against Pakistan. However, he still wants to play white-ball cricket and his recent performances have also been amazing.

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During the ODI World Cup 2023, he played many excellent innings and was the highest run scorer for his team. In such a situation, the left-handed batsman is also likely to play in the 2024 T20 World Cup and the Champions Trophy to be held in 2025.

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