Australia are for sure on top in the Boxing Day Test after they bundled out the visitors in South Africa at the score of 189 on Day 1. To continue their dominance, the veteran Australia opener David Warner slammed his century after a gap of three years and went on to smash a double hundred.
Also Read: Why David Warner was retired out right after scoring double hundred?
The Australian opener who was seen celebrating this feat of double hundred injured himself during the celebrations. Warner who jumped did not land properly, thus reportedly pulling up a hamstring injury.
Watch the video:
David Warner was earlier also seen in some discomfort as they called for an extra drink break before Steve Smith's dismissal in the 75th over of the Australia innings. The physios also attended Warner as they two batters in the middle were seated on a plastic chair during the game in the middle.
Talking about David Warner's feat, the batter became only the second to smash a double hundred in his 100th Test. This is also his third double century in Test cricket.