David Warner's fiery style showed against Team India at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai and he gave his team victory by playing an unbeaten century. Warner shared a 258-run partnership for the first wicket with Aaron Finch to win his team by a big margin of ten wickets. David Warner scored an unbeaten 128 in this match and this was the 18th century of his ODI career. It was the 43rd century of Warner's career in all three formats of cricket. Now Warner has left behind Chris Gayle in terms of scoring centuries in all three formats of cricket.
David Warner now has 43 centuries in all three formats of international cricket, while Chris Gayle has 42 centuries in his name. However, in this case, Sachin Tendulkar is in the first place, who has a total of 45 centuries in international cricket as an opener. David Warner has so far scored 24 in Tests, 18 in ODIs and a century in T20 Internationals.
In the Mumbai ODI, Australian opener David Warner and Aaron Finch shared an unbeaten century innings and shared a record victory to their team. Warner and Finch shared a 258-run partnership for the first wicket which proved to be the biggest partnership for the first wicket against India in ODI cricket. In this match, Warner scored 128 not out off 112 balls while Finch scored an unbeaten 110 off 114 balls. Thanks to these two great innings, the Australia team knocked out India by ten wickets in the first ODI.