David Warner Fights and Kisses His Way to Hundred No. 2 in Adelaide
David Warner was among the most affected of Australian cricketers after Phillip Hughes' death but he took the lead to derail India in the opening Test in Adelaide, slamming his second hundred of the match and 11th of his career.
This was Warner's sixth hundred of the year, more than any other batsman.
The powerful left-hander raced to his century off 154 balls as Australia took a daunting 268-run run lead against India in the second innings.
Warner's 145 in the first innings had helped Australia with a solid foundation on the first day of the Test.