David Warner Sets Unwanted Record in Ashes 2019 Series
Australia may have kept the ballot box to the ashes, but the current series was miserable for the first game, David Warner. And that misery continued Sunday afternoon at The Oval as he opened Australia’s second round, chasing 399 to win the fifth and final test match of the series. However, as David Warner has been the case throughout the series, the 32-year-old has not lasted long, caught by Rory Burns at Stuart Broad’s bowling alley for only eleven runs. David Warner Sets an Unwanted record in recent Ashes Test Series 2019.
David Warner managed to make him the first batsmen of the Test series of all time, to get out with eight scores to a Single Digit run. The former Australian vice-captain has been sacked seven times by Stuart Broad this series, including for three successive ducks before this test, and he had scored only 95 points at an average of 9.5 which is the lowest of all time by an opening match, beating ten innings in a row.
And England fans were quick to mock the pantomime villain, with Barmy’s army tearing him up on Twitter with a brutal gag. They tweeted an image of someone pretending to sell Warner Spartan’s bat on eBay, titled: “NEVER USED – David Warner’s bat from the 2019 Ashes tour”.”
You beauty @StuartBroad8! ❤️
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) September 15, 2019
— England’s Barmy Army (@TheBarmyArmy) September 15, 2019
David Warner finishes the Ashes with a lower average than Jack Leach. pic.twitter.com/UfRSsjbDTc
— Cricket District (@cricketdistrict) September 15, 2019