List of international cricket centuries by David Warner

David Warner in 2014
David Warner has scored forty-three international centuries for Australia.[1]

David Warner is an Australian international cricketer and former captain of the Australian national team in limited overs cricket.[2] A left-handed opening batsman, Warner is well-known for his "aggressive" batting style.[3] As of January 2020, he has scored forty-two centuries—twenty-four in Tests, eighteen in One Day Internationals (ODIs) and one in Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is)—for the national team.[1][4]

Warner made his Test debut against New Zealand in December 2011 and scored his first century (123 not out) in the second match of the series held at the Bellerive Oval. He carried the bat in the fourth innings of the match, which Australia lost by seven runs. He followed that with a 69-ball century in the third match of the home series against India in January 2012. It was the joint-fourth fastest in terms of balls faced at the time.[a] In January 2017, while playing against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, he became the fifth cricketer—and the first in Australia—to score a century before lunch on the first day of a Test match.[b][7] His highest score of 335 not out was made against Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval in November 2019. Warner is one of three batsmen to score centuries in both innings of a Test match on three separate occasions.[c] Among all countries, he has scored the most centuries (five) against Pakistan.[9]

Warner scored his first ODI century in 2012, three years after his debut; he made 163 against Sri Lanka in the first of three finals of the 2011–12 Commonwealth Bank Series.[10] His 178 against Afghanistan in the 2015 World Cup is the highest score by an Australian in the tournament's history.[11] The following year, he scored seven centuries,[d] including a career-highest total of 179 against Pakistan. His six scores in excess of 150 in ODIs is second only to India's Rohit Sharma's eight.[13] Warner scored a man of the match innings of 89 in his T20I debut against South Africa in January 2009.[14] His highest score in the format of 100 not out was made against Sri Lanka at the Adelaide Oval in October 2019.[15]

KeyEdit

  • * – Remained not out
  •   – Man of the match

Test centuriesEdit

Centuries in Tests[16]
No. Score Balls Against Pos. Inn. Test S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 123*   170   New Zealand 2 4 2/2 72.35 Bellerive Oval, Hobart Home 9 December 2011 Lost [17]
2 180   159   India 2 2 3/4 113.20 WACA Ground, Perth Home 13 January 2012 Won [18]
3 119 112   South Africa 1 1 2/3 106.25 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 22 November 2012 Drawn [19]
4 124 154   England 2 3 1/5 80.51 The Gabba, Brisbane Home 21 November 2013 Won [20]
5 112 140   England 2 3 3/5 80.00 WACA Ground, Perth Home 13 December 2013 Won [21]
6 115 151   South Africa 2 3 1/3 76.15 SuperSport Park, Centurion Away 12 February 2014 Won [22]
7 135   152   South Africa 2 1 3/3 88.81 Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town Away 1 March 20141 Won [23]
8 145   156   South Africa 2 3 3/3 92.94 Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town Away 1 March 20142 Won [23]
9 133 174   Pakistan 2 2 1/2 76.43 Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai Neutral 22 October 2014 Lost [24]
10 145 163   India 2 1 1/4 88.95 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 9 December 20141 Won [25]
11 102 166   India 2 3 1/4 61.44 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 9 December 20142 Won [25]
12 101 114   India 2 1 4/4 88.59 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 6 January 2015 Drawn [26]
13 163   224   New Zealand 2 1 1/3 72.76 The Gabba, Brisbane Home 5 November 20151 Won [27]
14 116   113   New Zealand 2 3 1/3 102.65 The Gabba, Brisbane Home 5 November 20152 Won [27]
15 253 286   New Zealand 2 1 2/3 88.46 WACA Ground, Perth Home 13 November 2015 Drawn [28]
16 122*   103   West Indies 1 2 3/3 118.44 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 3 January 2016 Drawn [29]
17 144 143   Pakistan 2 2 2/3 100.69 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 26 December 2016 Won [30]
18 113   95   Pakistan 2 1 3/3 118.94 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 3 January 2017 Won [31]
19 112 135   Bangladesh 1 4 1/2 82.96 Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka Away 27 August 2017 Lost [32]
20 123 234   Bangladesh 2 2 2/2 52.56 Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong Away 4 September 2017 Won [33]
21 103 151   England 2 1 4/5 68.21 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 26 December 2017 Drawn [34]
22 154 296   Pakistan 1 2 1/2 52.02 The Gabba, Brisbane Home 21 November 2019 Won [35]
23 335*   418   Pakistan 1 1 2/2 80.14 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 29 November 2019 Won [36]
24 111* 159   New Zealand 1 3 3/3 69.81 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 3 January 2020 Won [37]

One Day International centuriesEdit

Centuries in ODIs[38]
No. Score Balls Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 163   157   Sri Lanka 1 1 103.82 The Gabba, Brisbane Home 4 March 2012 Won [39]
2 100 140   Sri Lanka 2 1 71.42 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 6 March 2012 Lost [40]
3 127 115   England 1 2 110.43 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 16 January 2015 Won [41]
4 178   133   Afghanistan 1 1 133.83 WACA Ground, Perth Home 4 March 2015 Won [42]
5 122 113   India 2 1 107.54 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 23 January 2016 Lost [43]
6 109   120   South Africa 1 1 90.83 Warner Park, Basseterre Neutral 11 June 2016 Won [44]
7 106   126   Sri Lanka 1 2 84.12 Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy Away 4 September 2016 Won [45]
8 117 107   South Africa 1 1 109.34 Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban Away 5 October 2016 Lost [46]
9 173   136   South Africa 1 2 127.20 Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town Away 12 October 2016 Lost [47]
10 119   115   New Zealand 1 1 103.47 Manuka Oval, Canberra Home 6 December 2016 Won [48]
11 156   128   New Zealand 1 1 121.88 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Home 9 December 2016 Won [49]
12 130   119   Pakistan 2 1 109.24 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Home 22 January 2017 Won [50]
13 179   128   Pakistan 1 1 139.84 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 26 January 2017 Won [51]
14 124   119   India 1 1 104.20 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore Away 28 September 2017 Won [52]
15 107   111   Pakistan 2 1 96.39 County Ground, Taunton Neutral 12 June 2019 Won [53]
16 166   147   Bangladesh 1 1 112.92 Trent Bridge, Nottingham Neutral 20 June 2019 Won [54]
17 122 117   South Africa 1 2 104.27 Old Trafford, Manchester Neutral 6 July 2019 Lost [55]
18 128*   112   India 1 2 114.28 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Away 14 January 2020 Won [56]

Twenty20 International centuriesEdit

Centuries in T20Is[57]
No. Score Balls Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 100*   56   Sri Lanka 2 1 178.57 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Home 27 October 2019 Won [58]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Warner had levelled West Indian cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul's record. As of January 2020, it is the fastest century by an opener and sixth fastest overall in Tests.[5][6]
  2. ^ The others being Victor Trumper, Charlie Macartney, Don Bradman and Majid Khan.[7]
  3. ^ The other two are India's Sunil Gavaskar and Australia's Ricky Ponting.[8]
  4. ^ In terms of most ODI centuries made by a player in a calendar year, Warner is behind Sachin Tendulkar (nine in 1998) and is joint-second with Sourav Ganguly (seven in 2000).[12]

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