David Warner Matches Don Bradman With Three Consecutive Test Tons

David Warner became the seventh Australian batsman to score three tons in three innings. The last two batsmen to do so were Don Bradman (1948) and Adam Gilchrist (2005).

updated: October 25, 2014 09:44 IST
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David Warner celebrates after scoring his third consecutive Test ton.


Australian opener David Warner believes luck played a part in his matching illustrious countryman Don Bradman's three consecutive Test hundreds, he said Friday.

The 27-year-old left-hander smashed 133 for his ninth Test century, his third in as many innings following his 135 and 145 against South Africa in Cape Town in March this year.

That makes him the seventh Australian to score three in three innings, the last two of them the great Bradman (1948) and Adam Gilchrist (2005).

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