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David Warner 179 - Travis Head 128 - Australia vs Pakistan 5th ODI 2017 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - David Warner 179 - Travis Head 128 - Australia vs Pakistan 5th ODI 2017


Watch the highlights of David Warner 179 - Travis Head 128 - Australia vs Pakistan 5th ODI 2017 - Pakistan tour of Australia 5-match one-day international series of the 5th ODI match played between Pakistan and Australia at Adelaide in 26th January 2017.

David Warner 179 - Travis Head 128 - Australia vs Pakistan 5th ODI 2017 Highlights
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David Warner, Travis Head stunning centuries set up Australia crushing 57-run victory over Pakistan, despite a Babar Azam's brilliant century in the fifth ODI at Adelaide.

* 284-run - Australia registered their all-time highest ODI partnership for first-wicket Partnership. Previous record record - 260-run second-wicket stand between David Warner and Steven Smith against Afghanistan at Perth in the 2015 World Cup.

* 286-run - The all-time ODI opening partnership record eluded them by two runs. between Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga for Sri Lanka against England at Leeds in 2006.

369-7 - Australia registered highest score against Pakistan in ODI's, Previous record 353-3 in the series 4th ODI match at Sydney in 2017.

Australia scored record total of 369-7 in 50 overs with top scorer by David Warner 179 - who fell six-runs short of equalling the highest individual ODI score by an Australian, record by Shane Watson unbeaten 185 against Bangladesh at Dhaka in 2011.

David Warner who slamming his 13th ODI hundred, Travis Head 128 off 137-balls - who scored his maiden ODI hundred including 9-fours and 3-sixes, James Faulkner 18 and Glenn Maxwell 13.

Pakistan best bowler by Junaid Khan, Hasan Ali each picked up 2-wickets, Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir each took one wicket.

Pakistan scored 312 for all-out in 49.1 overs with top scorer by Babar Azam 100 - who struck his 4th ODI hundred including 7-fours and a six, Sharjeel Khan struck 79 off 69-balls included 9-fours and 2-sixes, Umar Akmal score 46, Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz each scored 17-runs.

Australia best bowler by Mitchell Starc claimed four-wicket for 42-runs from 9.1 overs, Pat Cummins picked up 2-wickets, James Faulkner, Adam Zampa and Josh Hazlewood took one wickets.

David Warner named Player of the match for his career-best 179-runs knock off faced 128-balls including 19-fours and 5-sixes with strike rate of 139.84. And earned the player of the series for his brilliant batting performance to scored 367-runs with average of 91.75 including two-centuries in the five match series.


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