Warner and Marsh Dominate the Cricket World


By The Anand Market  

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Warner-Marsh Demolish PAK with Hundreds 

David Warner stunned the world with his 21st ODI century, taking only 85 balls to reach this milestone. Meanwhile, birthday boy Mitchell Marsh joined the elite club of ODI centurions with his second hundred.

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Warner Loves Facing Pakistan 

David Warner displayed his love for facing Pakistan, notching up his fourth consecutive ODI century against them. Before his incredible ton in Bengaluru, he scored 107, 179, and 130 in his previous three games against Pakistan.

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5th ODI Ton at World Cups for Warner 

David Warner's fifth ODI century at World Cups puts him in esteemed company. He now shares the record with legends Ricky Ponting and Kumar Sangakkara, trailing only Sachin Tendulkar and Rohit Sharma.

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A World Cup Record! 

Warner and Marsh's extraordinary 259-run partnership now stands as Australia's best-ever opening partnership at World Cups. It's also the second-highest opening stand ever at World Cups, making cricket history.

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Previous Best for AUS Also Came in Bengaluru 

The dynamic duo surpassed Australia's previous record of a 183-run partnership against Canada in 2011, set by Watson and Haddin, which also happened at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

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82 Runs in First Power Play 

Australia's explosive start, amassing 82 runs in the first ten overs, now stands as the second-highest 10-over total against Pakistan at ODI World Cups.

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Warner Makes Pakistan Pay 

David Warner's early life was spared when a straightforward catch by Usama Mir was dropped at mid-on. Since then, mayhem reigned as Warner capitalized on the opportunity.

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Haris Rauf Taken to the Cleaners! 

Pakistan's speedster, Haris Rauf, appeared to be his own downfall, conceding 59 runs in his first four overs, with a staggering 24 runs coming in just the first over. Warner and Marsh seized the moment and never looked back.

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