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Warner's century helps Australia to 321-6 in final

 Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga, right, appeals for the wicket of Australia's David Warner during the first final match in the One Day International crick...
 Australia's David Warner plays a shot during the first final match in the One Day International cricket series between Sri Lanka and Australia in Bri...
 Australia's David Warner, right, plays a shot as the Sri Lanka's wicket keeper Kumar Sangakkara during their first final match in the One Day Interna...

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Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga, right, appeals for the wicket of Australia's David Warner during the first final match in the One Day International crick...

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Australia's David Warner plays a shot during the first final match in the One Day International cricket series between Sri Lanka and Australia in Bri...

Australia Sri Lanka Cricket

Australia's David Warner, right, plays a shot as the Sri Lanka's wicket keeper Kumar Sangakkara during their first final match in the One Day Interna...

David Warner scored his maiden century in limited-overs internationals as Australia set Sri Lanka an imposing target of 322 to win the first Tri-series final.
Warner smashed 163 from 157 deliveries, including 13 boundaries and two sixes, before he was bowled by Dammika Prasad on the last ball of the innings.
The 25-year-old lefthander shared a 136-run opening stand with Matthew Wade (64) and put on 50 for the second wicket with Shane Watson (21) to set up Australia's charge to 321-6 on Sunday.
Skipper Michael Clarke, who returned from injury and elected to bat after winning the toss, scored 37 from 25 balls in a 64-run sixth-wicket stand with Warner after dropping himself down the order to give the big hitters a chance in the batting power play.


Updated : 2021-05-09 18:42 GMT+08:00