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David Warner isn’t done yet David Warner is back, just like he announced Warner would be

David Warner became the first player in the history of Australian cricket to score a double ton in his 100th Test. This, Warner’s 25th Test century, felt extra special – perhaps because of all the drama around it 

Neil Manthorpe’s reaction after David Warner scores a century against South Africa at the MCG. (Screengrab)

ABC Sport has released a video of South African broadcaster Neil Manthorp telling the world “David Warner isn’t finished yet!” In awe after the 36-year-old scored a century during his 100th test at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday.

Neil Manthorp on air said “Kagiso Rabada is coming in to bowl to Warner. The short, the pull away, could this be an eight? It’s a four! David Warner is 100! Rabada was reinstated into the team after he was ejected five times in the final five innings. In addition, Warner is able to get his first ball for four. Put on your helmet. Bat in the air. The bat flies into the air. towards the stand on a deep square, points his bat. He then kisses it, blowing the kisses to the crowd. Twenty-fifth century. David Warner isn’t finished yet.”

โ€œMy goodness me. People saying he was so near to the end. He himself has questioned how long he wants to carry on playing test cricket. But I would imagine that those questions will be shelved for the moment. He is reinvigorated. What an inningsโ€ he added.

๐Ÿ “David Warner isn’t finished yet!”

๐Ÿ’ฏ 1,086 days since his last Test century, Warner enters the history books with his 25th ton, as called by @neilmanthorp and @ashyp_5. ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›

๐Ÿ“ป๐Ÿ“ฑ Listen live: https://t.co/k2VIsCqKVi
Live blog: ๐Ÿ‘‰ https://t.co/KAiEbxdLA6 #AUSvSA๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’› pic.twitter.com/xSKfnZCRHC

โ€” ABC SPORT (@abcsport) December 27, 2022

The former cricketer Ashwell Prince was with Manthrorp as a commentator and stated, “What a fantastic innings this was by David Warner on his 100th Test match. You shouldn’t have put your money on David Warner prior to this Test match. He’s been adamant right from the beginning. He’s been portrayed as David Warner and there’s life left.”

Prince added to add “And Prince has been out and stated that prior to the test match that he’s aware of the best way to proceed. He’s got to play in the David Warner way, which is to be aggressive, to remain confident, and to be a defender as you said, and it’s has been an amazing inning”.

Warner scored 200 off only 254 balls and scored 16 boundaries and two massive sixes in the extreme heat that reached 37 degrees Celsius (99F) in Melbourne. 




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