After poor Ashes run, David warner is back in form and scores a brilliant century in the first test against Pakistan. He scored 154 runs in 296 balls and this is his first big score in test after returning from a ban. At the start of this month, David Warner is looking in good touch. He was unbeaten during the Sri Lanka T20I series with three consecutive 50 plus scores.
Yesterday, it was David Warner’s day and he was very lucky because, during the 86th over of Australia’s inning, Imran Khan bowled an inswinging delivery and Warner left the ball and ball went towards the wicketkeeper after touching the stumps but bails didn’t fall and Warner Survive.
“I don’t feel under pressure at all. For me, it’s about going out there and backing my ability. If you get selected or don’t get selected you’ve got to accept that. The Ashes for me was a failure but I know what I’m capable of doing,” Warner said after scoring century.
I was on the end of a great series by a very good bowler. There was nothing more I could do. I wasn’t out of form, I was out of runs. Today I had a little bit of luck. That’s what you need in the game. Over there I didn’t have much luck at all.”
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“To have that time off and the time to reflect, and just get away from the game … there is a lot more to life than just cricket,” Warner said. “I really just loved the time I spent home with my family.
“You don’t get that when you’re travelling all the time. I really enjoyed that time off. Obviously, I’m back now and I’ve got to keep working hard and keep being respectful of the game because it can bite you on the backside very fast.”