Champion Australian opener David Warner has picked his triple century knock against Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval as his personal favorite innings.
Warner, who is quite an active personality on social media, took to his official Instagram account on Sunday where he engaged with his fans in a question-answer session.
Warner was asked a multitude of questions including the one where he asked to pick his favorite knock of his career.
The Australian swashbuckling southpaw has played a number of outstanding knocks during his 12-year-old career where he has flayed the opposition to all corners but for him, scoring a triple hundred (335* off 418) in the pink ball test against Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval remains his most favorite innings.
David Warner had a dream run against Pakistan on home soil in the summer of 2019 after a rather nightmarish Ashes campaign in the UK where he managed just 95 runs across 10 innings.
His place in Test XI came under the scanner but the southpaw responded brilliantly as he smashed 154 at the Gabba before backing it up with an unbeaten patient 335* at the Adelaide Oval.
Warner was in sight to break Matthew Hayden’s record highest individual score of 380 or for that matter, Brian Lara’s record of 400 but skipper Tim Paine proceeded to declare the innings to give his bowlers enough time to take 20 wickets, which they eventually did.
‘’Very hard to say one inning but to get a triple-century in Adelaide was a very special moment and probably one of the most patient innings I’ve had in my life,’’ said David Warner via Instagram story.