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World Cup 2023: David Warner created history, joined this special club of Rohit-Sachin in the World Cup

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David Warner created history

World Cup 2023: The second semi-final of the World Cup 2023 is being played between South Africa and Australia. This match is being held at Eden Garden Stadium, Kolkata. In this match, South Africa has given Australia a target of 213 runs to win. Chasing the target, the Australian team got a good start. Openers Travis Head and David Warner scored runs at a fast pace. During this time, David Warner made a big record in his name.

David Warner created history in the World Cup

David Warner scored 29 runs facing 18 balls in this match. During this, he hit 1 four and 4 sixes. With this he completed his 500 runs in the World Cup 2023. He also scored more than 500 runs in the 2019 World Cup. He has become the third batsman to score 500+ runs 2 or more times in the World Cup. Before this, Sachin Tendulkar and Rohit Sharma have achieved this feat. Rohit Sharma has also scored more than 500 runs in the World Cup 2019 and 2023. Whereas, Sachin Tendulkar did this in the 1996 and 2003 World Cups.

More than 500 runs twice in World Cup

Sachin Tendulkar (1996 and 2003 World Cup)

Rohit Sharma (2019 and 2023 World Cup)
David Warner (2019 and 2023 World Cup)

African team collapsed for 212 runs

After winning the toss and opting to bat first, South Africa was all out for 212 runs in 49.4 overs. David Miller played a brilliant century for Africa by scoring 101 runs. At the same time, Starc and captain Cummins took 3 wickets each for Australia. Let us tell you that the team that wins this semi-final match will face India in the final.

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