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David Warner has had a great Ashes 2021-22 series thus far. He hasn’t had an outstanding outing so far but it hasn’t been a forgettable one either. David Warner, in fact, has scored the most runs in Ashes 2021-22 thus far. In 4 matches, he has managed to score 270 runs at an average of 54.00.

The southpaw is yet to score a century in the series but has two 90+ scores to his name. Australia batted first in the ongoing fourth Test and David Warner got the team off to a decent start as he shared a 50-run stand with Marcus Harris for the opening wicket.

Warner scored 30 runs off 72 balls and looked set to play a big knock on Thursday. However, veteran English fast bowler, Stuart Broad accounted for his wicket in the 21st over to end his stay at the crease.

David Warner and Stuart Broad. Photo- AFP
David Warner and Stuart Broad. Photo- AFP

Well, it’s not the first time when Stuart Broad has got Warner out in Test Cricket. Warner has often shown the miserable side of his while facing Broad in the Ashes Test series over the years.

He has struggled to play Stuart Broad with ease in the longest format of the game. Apart from Broad, there are also a few other international bowlers who have troubled David Warner in Test Cricket. Let’s take a look at five of those.

Bowlers Who Have Dismissed David Warner The Most Times In Tests

  1. Stuart Broad: 13 times

Stuart Broad of England. Photo- AP
Stuart Broad of England. Photo- AP

Amongst all the fast bowlers in world cricket, Stuart Broad has troubled David Warner the most in Test Cricket. The English fast bowler has managed to pick David Warner’s wicket on 13 occasions in Test Cricket. In the ongoing Test match, Broad took the wicket for Warner for the 13th time in his Test Cricket career.

Stuart Broad made Warner’s life difficult in 2019 Ashes series in England. Out of 10 times that he batted during the series, Broad took Warner’s wicket on 7 occasions. Warner didn’t look comfortable against the English seamer and, tend to struggle against him throughout the series. He had a forgettable series with the bat, having managed only 95 runs in 5 innings at an average of 9.50.

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