Left-handed Australian opener David Warner has been in absolute form in recent days and in the ODI World Cup match against Pakistan he played a sensational knock of 163 in 124 balls with the help of 14 fours and nine sixes. The Australian team put on a massive total of 368 runs at the loss of nine wickets where Mitchell Marsh also played a solid knock of 121 runs.
With this inning, David Warner now has five centuries to his name in the history of the ODI World Cup. Now he has leveled the record of former Australian captain Ricky Ponting and Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara.
This fifth century in World Cup matches has now put David Warner on par with cricket legends Ricky Ponting and Kumar Sangakkara in the all-time list of World Cup centuries. Rohit Sharma currently holds the top position with seven World Cup hundreds, followed by Sachin Tendulkar, who has scored six centuries in the tournament.
David Warner showcased an outstanding performance in a World Cup match against Pakistan. Known for his aggressive batting style, Warner has a track record of consistently scoring well against Pakistan, having accumulated five centuries in One Day Internationals against them.
During the Australian inning, both the opener David Warner(163) and Mitchell Marsh(121) got a solid hundred and created some words to his name. It was the 51st international century for David Warner and he put on some massive records to his name.