Australian, The – TAUNTON DAVID Warner feared his Australian career was over, struggling to get out of bed for months after the ball-tampering scandal.
- Warner, 32, yesterday broke his silence on the most difficult year of his life after crushing Pakistan with an emotional century in Taunton that helped give Australia a 3-1 start to the World Cup.
- Before Warner opened up on his fears, he returned as a fearless batsman, celebrating his 15th ODI century and dedicating his international return to pregnant wife Candice.
- While fellow banned players Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft gave tell-all TV interviews in December, Warner stayed silent and refused to speak leading into the World Cup campaign.
- [email protected] CUMMINS BACKS SEAMERS, PAGE 82WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA V SRI LANKA THE OVAL, TOMORROW 7.30PMWARNING SHOT DAVID WARNER’S 107 AGAINST PAKISTAN 15 Number of ODI centuries, one behind Adam Gilchrist.
- Ricky Ponting tops Australia’s list with 29 36 International tons, drawing level with Michael Clarke and fourth on Australia’s list 1st ODI century since September 2017 3Third consecutive century against Pakistan and third half-century this World Cup