Candice Warner asks critics to be patient with David Warner. David Warner ended a three-year Test century drought as he finally succeeded in breaching. The three-figure mark at the MCG against South Africa in the ongoing Boxing day Test.
After a tough patch, explosive Australian opener David Warner ultimately achieved a well-deserved century. On Day 2 of the ongoing second Test against South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday, December 27.
Candice Warner, Warner’s better-half, asked the doubters to give the southpaw a break. After he successfully broke three digits in the crucial battle. In the meanwhile, David Warner snapped a three-year Test century drought.
David has had a difficult summer at the plate: Candice Warner
“I’m really proud of you. A sigh of relief. “David’s back has been against the wall, and everyone has been saying he’s too old or should retire. But to achieve 8000 Test runs is a significant milestone, and then to get a Test century. — Perhaps now people will back off him a little bit,” Candice Warner told Channel 7.
“It hasn’t been an easy summer with the bat, but he hasn’t really gotten a hell of a lot of help where it’s needed,” she continued.
“He’s appreciative to his teammates, coaching staff, and friends and family who are all present today, but it hasn’t been easy.”
At the same time, a relieved Candice expressed confidence that her husband, who is now playing in his 100th Test, will make the most of the moment.
“We knew today was going to be exceptional, that this Test, in addition to being his 100th Test, he was going to deliver.”
David Warner played incredibly effectively from the start of Australia’s innings, displaying gutsy purpose against a renowned Proteas bowling attack. Apart from scoring his 25th Test century in his 100th outing, David Warner also passed 8000 runs in this format of the game thanks to this magnificent knock.