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This big record was made on the very first day in Boxing Day Test, Steve Waugh left behind

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Boxing Day Test AUS vs PAK : The day after Christmas, 25th December i.e. 26th December, has a different identity in the world of cricket. The Boxing Day Test starts on this day in most countries. The test match played from 26 to 31 December is called Boxing Day Test. This time there is competition at two places. The competition between Pakistan and the host country has started in Australia. The match of Team India which is on South Africa tour will start today. Meanwhile, a big record has been made on the very first day in the Boxing Day Test. Australia’s David Warner has touched another milestone in his cricket career.

David Warner scored 38 runs in the second match against Pakistan

David Warner is believed to be playing his last Test series for his country. In the very first test match, David Warner had scored a century against Pakistan and due to this, Australia defeated Pakistan by a huge margin of 360 runs. Now the second test match has started. In this match, Pakistan captain Shan Masood won the toss and asked Australia to bat first. Once again Australian openers David Warner and Usman Khawaja gave a good start to their team. However, before the team’s score could cross 100, David Warner was out. At that time the total score of the team was 90 runs. David Warner faced 83 balls and scored 38 runs during this period. David Warner may not have been able to score very big, but it is certain that he has overtaken his own country’s former captain Steve Waugh in terms of scoring the most runs in international cricket.

David Warner left Steve Waugh behind, now eyeing Sourav Ganguly’s record

Before today’s match, David Warner had scored 18 thousand 477 runs in international cricket after playing 370 test matches. If today’s 38 runs are added to that, then he has gone ahead of Steve Waugh. During his international career, Steve Waugh played 493 matches and scored a total of 18 thousand 496 runs. Now David Warner has three more innings left before retiring from Tests. One innings of this match, which is going on and after this, the last match of this series is left, in this also he can get two innings. Now ahead of David Warner is Sourav Ganguly, who played 424 international matches and scored a total of 18 thousand 575 runs. It remains to be seen whether David Warner is successful in defeating Sourav Ganguly, one of the greatest captains of the Indian team, in the remaining three innings.

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