David Warner’s Double ton on 100th Test

The home side led the second Test match of the series between South Africa and Australia by 197 runs at the end of the second day. Australia began day two by scoring 45 runs without losing a wicket.

Marnus Labuschagne was the first wicket of the day, running out when the score was 75.Following that, Steven Smith and David Warner added 239 runs for the third wicket. Steven Smith scored 85 runs. Unfortunately, David Warner was forced to leave after 15 runs due to cramps. He scored 200 runs and became the first Australian and only the second overall to hit a double century in his 100th Test.

At the end of the day, Australia scored 386 runs for the loss of 3 wickets, and Travis Head was unbeaten on 48 runs.

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