Dec 15, 2013
Australian opener David Warner completed his second ton of the series and fifth overall as Australia continued to dominate England on Day Three of the third Test. Warner got to his ton with a cut shot off Graeme Swann.
It was yet another classy innings from the explosive left-handed batsman starting sedately and then going after the England bowlers. His century though came at the back of two reprieves and on both occasions let off by Matt Prior behind the wicket. Twice Warner came down the track to a tossed up delivery by Swann and missed the ball.
Warner shared a 157-run opening partnership with Chris Rogers (54). Australia now have a lead beyond 300 after bowling out England for 251, gaining a 134-run lead.
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