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Most Runs in CWC 2019: David Warner Becomes Highest Run-Scorer in This World Cup During AUS vs BAN, Twitterati Hail the Australian Opener

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The Trent Bridge today witnessed a great inning by David Warner. The Australian opener scored a massive total of 166 runs against Bangladesh in the CWC 2019 tie. Through the course of his innings, Warner hit 14 fours and five maximums. The Australian opener built up on his innings quite carefully after he was dropped on nine. With his swashbuckling innings, Warner propelled the Australian team to the total of 381 runs which happens to be the highest score for Australia in the history of World Cup. With his second century in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, he touched the 400 run mark and went on to become the highest scorer of the tournament so far. Needless to say that the Australian opener not only set the Trent Bridge stadium ablaze but also the netizens could not keep calm. Australia vs Bangladesh Live Cricket Score 26th ODI Match.

Fans from all over the world went on to hail the Australian opener and posted several tweets praising him. This was David Warner’s second century in the ICC Cricket 2019 World Cup. Overall, the Australian opener slammed his 16th century. He took 110 innings to reach his 16th century and thus equalled the record of Virat Kohli. With this, Warner became the only man to score 150 runs against six different teams. David Warner Registers Highest Score of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Perishes for 166 During AUS vs BAN CWC19 Match. 

Check out a few Twitter reactions below:

Another one.

Netizens do not run out of adjectives.

This Internet user couldn’t contain his excitement.

The official account of Sunrisers Hyderabad also praised Warner.

By the end of Australia’s innings, David Warner said that he was trying to make up for last year after he was banned for ball-tampering. “Felt little bit bogged down, kept hitting fielders initially. Built a good partnership with Finchy. And then Uzzy. When you’re deep into your innings like that, you feel fatigued. It’s about trying to make as many runs as you can. Trying to make up for that year off,” he said. As of now, Bangladesh is nearing the score of 220 runs with the loss of four wickets.