Jan 03, 2017

Warner achieves rare feat with speedy century (Video)

Australia's David Warner has become the fifth batsman to hit a century before lunch on the opening day of a Test match.

The left-handed opener achieved the feat off 78 balls against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday.

Warner smashed 17 fours to reach the milestone four minutes before the main break.

His rare accomplishment has been matched only by Victor Trumper, Charles Macartney, Don Bradman and Majid Khan.

It is the first time it has been achieved on Australian soil.