More than 16000 wickets in David Warner’s cricket career? Fans confused


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David Warner has scored a double century in the 100th test.
Warner retired hurt after scoring a double century.

new Delhi. The day of 26 December 2022 was very special for David Warner. He was playing his 100th Test match. Australia is playing this match against South Africa at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Before this match, Warner was going through bad form in Test cricket. Despite this, when he came to bat on the field, the audience welcomed him with applause to make his 100th Test match special. However, Warner, who scored a double century on December 27, has made his Test match very special.

Host broadcaster Fox Sports showed the statistics of David Warner’s cricketing career. It showed how many matches Warner played for Australia and how many runs he scored in his career of 340 matches. To tell this, the numbers of Test, ODI and T20 International were shown. It is shown that Warner has scored 7922 runs in Tests, 6007 runs in ODIs and 2894 runs in T20s. However, instead of showing them as runs, the graphic displayed them as wickets.

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Fans immediately caught the broadcaster’s blunder, as a total of 16823 wickets is impossible. After this, the fans gave funny reactions by sharing screenshots of this graphic on social media. One user wrote that 100 wickets is a big achievement for Hall. He is probably the best cricketer alive, while another asked ‘Can Rajinikanth do this?’

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David Warner may have struggled in the last few Test matches, but he made sure that he will entertain the audience fiercely at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. And he did so. By the end of the first day’s play, Warner scored an unbeaten 32. On the second day of the match, Warner first scored a century and then a double century.

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David Warner scored an inning of 200 runs in 254 balls with 16 fours and 2 sixes on the second day of the Boxing Day Test. He did not get out even after this, but retired hurt and went out of the field. During this innings, Warner’s strike rate was 78.74.

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