WATCH: Ageless David Warner brings out his favorite ‘PUSHPA’ celebration after 5th ODI World Cup ton in match against Pakistan

While elebrating his achievements, be it while fielding or batting, Warner never forgets to entertain the Indian fans.


WATCH: Ageless David Warner brings out his favorite ‘PUSHPA’ celebration after 5th ODI World Cup ton in match against Pakistan

David Warner (Images via X)

Australia’s David Warner unleashed his beast mode at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium to destroy Pakistan with his commendable century on Friday (October 20). It was his fifth ODI World Cup century and he celebrated the moment by bringing the popular ‘Pushpa‘ celebration, inspired by South Indian actor Allu Arjun.

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This was not the first time Warner displayed his love for the Pushpa celebration. While celebrating his achievements, be it while fielding or batting, Warner never forgets to entertain the Indian fans. He had entertained the Hyderabadi crowd by breaking into the ‘Srivalli’ dance step as well as the ‘Jhukega nahi’ step from the Pushpa movie.

Watch the video of Warner’s celebration here:

This was Warner’s fourth century in the last four innings against Pakistan. At the same time, Warner stands tall by occupying the top three positions on the list of highest individual scores in the ODI World Cup for Australia.

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David Warner was dropped on 10 by Usama Mir

The first mistake from Pakistan was Usama Mir’s dropped catch when Australia had scored 22 runs. Warner was batting at 10 when Mir made the mistake. Pakistan later paid for the mistake as the openers, Warner and Mitchell Marsh stitched 259 runs between them.

WATCH: Ageless David Warner brings out his favorite 'PUSHPA' celebration after 5th ODI World Cup ton in match against Pakistan
Usama Mir (Image via X)

This was not the first time Pakistan’s dropping simple catches led to Australia posting high totals. In the 2015 World Cup, Rahat Ali dropped the catch, while Asif Ali left two simple catches in the 2019 edition.

Warner faced 124 balls to score 163 runs with 14 boundaries and nine sixes with a 131.45 strike rate. Apart from Warner, Marsh scored his century (121 off 108 balls).

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After their dismissals, Australia lost wickets on quick succession but the two century ensured Australia reached a strong total. In their allotted 50 overs, the Aussies put up 367/9.

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