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David Warner 178 - Australia vs Afghanistan Highlights - 26th Match | ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Cricket Highlights - David Warner 178 - Australia vs Afghanistan Highlights - 26th Match | ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Watch the highlights of David Warner 178 - Australia vs Afghanistan - 26th Match | ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 - ICC Cricket World Cup tournament Pool A of the 25th match played between Afghanistan and Australia at Perth in 04th March 2015.

David Warner's record-breaking 178 loads it up Australia biggest 275-runs victory over Afghanistan in the 26th match of World Cup 2015.

* 275 : This was second largest victory by terms of runs in ODI cricket history.

* 275 : Afghanistan named the largest margin of defeat in World Cup history.

* 417-6 : This was Australia's second-highest score in ODIs.

* 417-6 : The highest ever total in World Cup history in ODI's.

* David Warner's 178 is an Australian record scorer in World Cups.

* 260 :  David Warner and Steve Smith set up the highest for his country for any wicket.

Australia scored record total of 417-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by David Warner 178 - who struck his 4th ODI hundred, Steve Smith scored 95 who fell 5-run short of his century including 8-fours and a six, Glenn Maxwell who scored rapid 88 off 39-balls included 6-fours and 7-sixes with strike rate of 225.64.

Afghanistan best bowler by Shapoor Zadran, Dawlat Zadran each picked up two-wickets, Navroz Mangal and Hamid Hassan each took one wickets.

Afghanistan scored 142 for all-out in 37.3 overs with top scorer by Navroz Mangal struck 33 off 35-balls including 2-fours and 2-sixes, Najibullah Zadran scored 24 off 31-balls included one-four and a six.

Australia best bowler by Mitchell Johnson claimed four-wicket haul for 21-runs from 7.3 overs, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood each took 2-wickets and one for Michael Clarke - Glenn Maxwell.

David Warner named Player of the match for his sensational batting performance of scoring 178-runs off 133-balls including 19-fours and 5-sixes with strike rate of 133.83.

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