David Warner scored his second consecutive century in the World Cup, this time the Netherlands bowlers were in power.

David Wanner’s century: Australian opener David Warner scored his second consecutive century in the World Cup 2023. Kangaroo opener scored his second century against Netherlands. Warner played an innings of 104 runs in 93 balls with the help of 11 fours and 3 sixes. Earlier, in the match against Pakistan, he had played a brilliant inning of 163 runs with the help of 14 fours and 9 sixes. The tournament has gone well for Warner so far. However, in the last two innings before his century, he was out within 20 runs.

Warner had played an innings of 41 runs in the first match against India in the tournament. After this, he was out on 13 runs against South Africa and 11 runs against Sri Lanka. Then making a comeback, he scored 163 runs against Pakistan in the Australian Open while batting at a strike rate of 131.45 and now he has scored a century against Netherlands also. Warner also got a lease of life during this century. Warner was caught on the last ball of the 23rd over of the innings, which was first given out by the umpire, then when checked again, it was found that the ball had hit the ground while taking the catch. Watch the video here…

Talking about the match, the 24th match of the World Cup 2023 is being played between Australia and Netherlands at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Through this match, both the teams are playing the fifth match of the tournament. Australia has won 2 matches out of the last four matches, while Netherlands has won only 1 match. Australia won the last match by defeating Pakistan by 62 runs. At the same time, Netherlands has lost the last match against Sri Lanka by 5 wickets.

Australia is currently at fourth position in the points table with 4 points and negative -0.193 net run rate. Whereas Netherlands is in seventh place with 2 points and negative – 0.790 net run rate. In such a situation, the team that wins today will take a step towards the semi-finals. However, Netherlands has less chances left to qualify for the semi-finals. No team has been officially eliminated yet.

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