With a century against Pakistan in the last match under his belt, David Warner repeated his brilliance, hitting a century in just 91 balls against the Netherlands.
Following Smith’s dismissal, Warner opted for an aggressive approach, reaching his century in the 39th over with a boundary off Bas de Leede’s bowling.
In his classic style, he celebrated with his signature jump and the iconic ‘Pushpa’ celebration. However, his innings ended soon after, with Warner scoring 104 runs from 93 balls, including 11 fours and three sixes.
Watch Video: David Warner Brings Out Pushpa Celebration
With this century, David Warner is now joint-second along with the legendary Sachin Tendulkar on the list of most World Cup hundreds by batters in the tournament’s 48-year history.