VIDEO: David Warner suffered a heavy double century, had to go out of the ground with support


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David Warner scored a double century at the MCG.
Warner broke many records by scoring a double century.

new Delhi. The Australian team is playing the second Test match against South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, which is the Boxing Day Test. On the very second day of the second Test match, Australian opener David Warner scored a double century, but this double century has overshadowed Warner itself. Actually, Warner celebrated it with a lot of aggression after scoring a double century. Because of this celebration, he injured himself and had to retire hurt and go out of the field. The video of Warner’s celebration and self-injury is going viral on social media.

David Warner was facing criticism for his poor form for a long time. Due to poor form, he was being advised to retire. Questions were also being raised on his place in the team. But now he has silenced his critics by scoring a double century in the Boxing Day Test. Warner scored 200 runs in 254 balls with the help of 16 fours and 2 sixes in the match. Warner started celebrating as soon as he touched the figure of 200 runs.

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David Warner became emotional after scoring a double century. He squealed with joy. First of all, he got down on his knees on the ground and started screaming. After this, the left-handed player also celebrated by jumping in the air, which proved to be very expensive for Warner. Because after this he caught hold of the back of his thigh. After this the medical team came on the field. Actually, he was already suffering from cramps. He batted throughout the innings and the celebration only added to his pain. After that, his companions and the medical team supported him and took him out of the ground. During this, David Warner was suffering so much that tears were flowing from his eyes.

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