MSN New Zealand – Nine months ago, David Warner made a painful admission as he choked back tears while apologising for his part in Australia’s ball-tampering shame.

Summary

  • Nine months ago, David Warner made a painful admission as he choked back tears while apologising for his part in Australia’s ball-tampering shame.
  • If it was up to the public at the time, Warner would have been banned from the Australian team for life rather than a year.
  • With 21 Test tons, Warner has reached triple figures more than Australia’s present XI combined (which hasn’t scored a single century this summer).
  • Among Australian openers, Warner is the third-highest Test run-scorer with 6,324 runs and his overall average of 48.20 places him in rarefied air.
  • During his exile from the Australian set-up, Warner has kept a low-profile as he turns out for Randwick Petersham in Sydney grade cricket.


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