Warner thumps 10th century
ADELAIDE, Australia (AP):
Opener David Warner scored his 10th test century in an emotional tribute to former teammate Phillip Hughes as Australia ended the first day of the first test against India on 354-6 yesterday.
"I like to do a little bit of a celebration, but that was definitely for him today. He was there when I scored my first hundred. He was at the other end, and I dedicated that hundred to him today," said Warner.
Australia were 354-6 at stumps after winning the toss yesterday and batting on the first day of the first cricket against India at the Adelaide Oval. Scores: Australia 354-6 (David Warner 145, Steven Smith 72 not out, Michael Clarke retired hurt 60; Mohammed Shami 2-83, Varun Aaron 2-95).