Australia 224-2 At Tea In Pakistan Test
Zeeshan Mehtab 4 years ago Tue 03rd January 2017 | 09:35 AM
SYDNEY, Jan 3, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 03rd Jan, 2017 ) - David Warner fell for 113 after becoming the first batsman to score a Test century before lunch in Australia on the opening day of the third Test against Pakistan.
The dashing left-hander raised his 18th Test hundred off 78 balls in just 117 minutes with 17 fours before he was out after lunch for 113.
Opening partner Matt Renshaw was on 83 and skipper Steve Smith not out 12 at tea in Australia's 224 for two.