The second test of the two-match test series between Australia and Pakistan are I progress. In this match, Australia won the toss and opted to bat first. They have scored 302 runs at the end of day one with the loss of one wicket. During the match, Shaheen Shah Afridi kicks the ball towards the boundary.
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During the 42nd over of Australia’s inning, David Warner played a shot towards deep fine leg and Shaheen Shah Afridi could not stop the ball. Afridi was kept jogging and kick the ball and the ball went for a boundary.
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David Warner has scored back to back hundreds
David Warner was unbeaten on 171 at the end of day one. In the first, he scored a brilliant century.
I don’t feel under pressure at all,” Warner said before the start of the second test. “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.
“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.”
“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.