David Warner continued his dominance in the longest format of the game as he went on to score a double century during the ongoing Boxing Day Test. With this feat, the veteran Australian opener became only the second batter to score a double hundred in the 100th Test on Tuesday (27 December).
However, the celebration on this feat did not go well with the batter. Warner jumped to celebrate his double hundred but during this he injured himself. He reportedly slumped down with cramps but celebrated with Travis Head before the medical team was called in for assistance.
After he smashed the Test century earlier today, the left-handed batter ended his three-year drought. In this process, he became the second Australian to complete 8,000 runs in Test cricket. He also became the tenth batter to smash a century in 100th Test, the last being Joe Root.