David Warner scored a smashing daddy hundred as Australia put up an intimidating batting performance to defeat Afghanistan by a mammoth 275 runs at WACA, Perth, the biggest margin of victory in World Cup matches.
In-form Australian batsman David Warner has said that working with Australia's team psychologist Michael Lloyd has helped him to eliminate the ‘brain snaps’ that he has been facing throughout his career.
Asked to give his views on sledging in the game, Cricket World ambassador Matthew Hoggard tells us that it is a part of the game and that teams will target you if they think they can gain an advantage.
Australia opening batsman David Warner has promised his team won’t cut down on the verbal volleys at the Indians during the third Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) which starts on Friday December 26.
Australia, having taken an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the Commonwealth Bank test series, are in with a dilemma ahead of the Boxing Day test as three of their players, Shane Watson, David Warner and Mitchell Starc are nursing injury concerns.