Cricket World Player Of The Week - David Warner
After a week full of glittering performances around the world, David Warner's twin centuries in Adelaide have won him the Cricket World Player Of The Week award.
Warner struck 145 and 102 in the first Test against India at the Adelaide Oval to help set up a 48-run win for his side.
He dominated the opening day by hitting 145 in 163 balls after everybody at the ground had paid their respects to Phil Hughes.
That innings included 19 fours and when Australia batted again, looking to set up the game after rain had interrupted day two, he scored 102 in 166 balls.
Australia declared on 290 for five and then bowled out India for 315 - Warner taking a catch to dismiss Rohit Sharma - to win the match.
Nathan Lyon's maiden 10-wicket match haul bowled Australia to victory on a dramatic final day.
Elsewhere, Ross Taylor achieved the rare feat of three consecutive ODI centuries with 105 not out in the first match between Pakistan and New Zealand before Haris Sohail's unbeaten 85 and 60 from Shahid Afridi saw Pakistan to victory.
Both Sohail and Afridi were in match-winning form again later in the week when Afridi smashed a 21-ball half-century and both men took three wickets in the third ODI.
Ahmed Shehzad also scored a century and Sohail also took three wickets in the second ODI while for New Zealand, Kane Williamson with the bat and Matt Henry with the ball were both consistent and impressive.
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