World Cup 2023: David Warner Makes History, Becomes 1st Australian to Achieve Spectacular Milestone
Zee Business Video Team | Updated: November 19, 2023 14:45 pm
In the World Cup 2023's 2nd semi-final, Australian opener David Warner created history by becoming the leading run-scorer for Australia in the ongoing tournament. While chasing South Africa's challenging total of 213, Warner scored 29 (18). Despite his early exit, this marked Warner's second entry into the 'Mount 500,' a feat he first achieved in the 2019 World Cup. He now stands as the first Australian to amass 500+ runs in two ODI World Cup editions, joining an elite club with names like Ponting, Hayden, Finch, Tendulkar, and Rohit Sharma. Warner's impressive tally of 528 runs in 10 matches at the ICC World Cup 2023 includes two centuries and two half-centuries. With Australia's victory in the 2nd semi-final against South Africa, they are set to face India in the finals on 19th November.