David Warner
David Warner. Image Credits: Twitter

Star Australia National Cricket Team opening batsman David Warner made the day of two young cricket fans by gifting them his gloves at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday, November 22.

The third and final ODI match of the series between the Australia National Cricket Team and the England National Cricket Team is being played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday, November 22. The match is a dead rubber as Australia have already won the series by winnings the first two games comfortably.

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David Warner
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Warner looked at his absolute best in the third ODI against the Three Lions and smashed a terrific century, which came after the long wait of 1040 days in international cricket.

The 36-year-old completed his half-century off 53 balls and reached the century milestone off 97 deliveries. He also had an outstanding 269-run partnership in 230 balls with Travis Head, who also smashed a remarkable century.

Pacer Olly Stone broke the partnership by dismissing both Warner and Head in the 39th over of the innings. He cleaned up Warner on the first ball and Head on the fourth ball.

David Warner Hands Gloves To A Kid In Stands

David Warner and Travis Head
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When David Warner was walking back to the dressing room after playing a spectacular knock he decided to hand his gloves to a kid, who was seen cheering him in the stands.

The kid was astonished to get the gloves from the centurion David Warner and he had no limits to his joy. He instantly ran towards his mother and brother with a smile on his face and the kids and their mother were seen cherishing the moment. Also, one of the kids was absolutely surprised to get the gloves and he gave a priceless reaction.

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Talking further about David Warner, he smashed 106 runs off 102 balls, including 8 fours and 2 sixes. This was his 19th century in ODIs and among Australians, only legendary batter Ricky Ponting has more ODI centuries than him.

David Warner
David Warner, Image Credits: Twitter

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