David Warner hits Australia’s second highest Test score against Pakistan at Adelaide
The second-highest Test score Crushed against but missed out on a shot in the world record against Pakistan.
Warner gathered 335 out not in Australia amount of 589-3 announced – the first century of his Test career and next just in 2003.
On the other hand, the 33-year-old was denied the opportunity to challenge Brian Lara’s out, with skipper Tim Paine opting to declare in a bid to place Pakistan’s batsmen.
Warner’s 418-ball innings, which contained only and 39 fours a single six, took him to place on the record of greatest scores preceding Australians Sir Don Bradman and Mark Taylor, just in Test history.
The left-hander created from New Zealand, enrolled the highest score at a Test and became the seventh batsman to pass 300 best of 253.
He shared a second-wicket stand of 361 using Marnus Labuschagne (162), that struck his second Test hundred – with notched his first just a week earlier, at the first Test of the series in Brisbane.
Steve Smith (36) subsequently provided assistance for Warner in a venture of 121 prior to Matthew Wade assisted him to maintain momentum with a brisk unbeaten 38, while Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi finished with 3-88.