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AUS vs PAK: Watch – David Warner Does ‘Pushpa’ Celebration After Hitting Incredible Century


AUS vs PAK: Watch – David Warner Does ‘Pushpa’ Celebration After Hitting Incredible Century


The veteran Australia National Cricket Team opening batsman David Warner brought out the ‘Pushpa’ celebration after hitting a spectacular century at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru in the 18th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 on Friday, October 20.

David Warner showcased a batting masterclass in the match against the Men In Green and played an attacking brand of cricket on the surface that assisted the batters.

Warner looked good initially in his innings, but he wouldn’t have completed his century if he wasn’t dropped early on in the innings. David Warner was dropped by the spinner Usama Mir in the 5th over of the match when he was batting at a score of 10.

After getting a reprieve, Warner looked even more dominant and he started annihilating the Pakistan bowlers. He took just 39 balls to complete his half-century in the match as he hit 3 sixes and 5 fours.

The opposition skipper Babar Azam tried all his bowlers to break the partnership between Warner and Marsh, but no bowler was successful and each one of them was smashed all over the park.

Watch: David Warner Brings Out Pushpa Celebration

David Warner completed his century off 85 balls as he took a single off Mohammad Nawaz’s delivery in the 31st over. He drove the ball to long-on for a single to complete his ton. After hitting the ton, he performed his trademark celebration as he jumped and punched the air in delight and then did the Allu Arjun “Jhukegaa nahi saala” celebration from the movie “Pushpa”.

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Overall, this was Watner’s fourth consecutive hundred against Pakistan in ODI cricket. He has become just the second batter after Virat Kohli to hit 4 consecutive ODI hundreds against a team.

This was Warner’s 5th ton in the ICC ODI World Cups and he has equaled Ricky Ponting’s record for most centuries in the competition for Australia.

Most hundreds in World Cups

7 – Rohit Sharma

6 – Sachin Tendulkar

5 – Ricky Ponting

5 – Kumar Sangakkara

5 – David Warner



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