David Warner equaled Sachin Tendulkar’s World Cup century count with his sixth century, celebrating it in ‘Pushpa’ style, delighting desi fans.
On October 25, Australian opener David Warner achieved a remarkable feat by matching the legendary Sachin Tendulkar’s World Cup century count. During the ongoing match against the Netherlands at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium, the 36-year-old batter notched his sixth World Cup century, reaching the milestone with a boundary off Bas de Leede in the 39th over. India’s captain, Rohit Sharma, holds the record for the most World Cup centuries with seven.
What truly made this century stand out was Warner’s unique ‘Pushpa’ style celebration. His playful nod to the popular ‘Pushpa’ style added a fun and memorable touch to the moment, sparking excitement among the crowd.
Even though Warner’s century against the Netherlands was impressive, his stay at the crease was short-lived as he got dismissed by Logan van Beek in the following over at 104 runs.
Notably, he had previously scored three centuries in the 2019 tournament, building on his first World Cup ton in 2015 against Afghanistan. In the previous match, Warner’s 163 against Pakistan had played a pivotal role in Australia’s victory, as they reached a commanding total of 367 for nine.
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Last Updated on October 25, 2023
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