David Warner piled on the misery on South Africa with a scintillating double century on the second day of the Boxing Day Test. An emotional celebration ensued after the southpaw reached 200 off 254 balls, his marathon effort laced with 16 fours and 2 sixes. He had to be helped off the field due to cramps once the milestone was accomplished and retired hurt. South Africa only managed two wickets in an ardous day on the field as Australia finished proceedings with a lead of 197.
A double century for David Warner!
But his #OhWhatAFeeling jump comes at a cost! 😬#AUSvSA | @Toyota_Aus pic.twitter.com/RqJLcQpWHa
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 27, 2022