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David Warner ODI centuries: At the R Premdasa Stadium tonight, the Australian batter missed out on a well-deserved century.

In the fourth ODI of Australia’s ongoing tour of Sri Lanka in Colombo, opener David Warner fell short of a well-deserved century. Warner’s 19th ODI century would have been his sixth away from home, fourth against Sri Lanka, fourth in Asia, and second against Sri Lanka.

Warner was forced to retire after hitting 99 (112) with the help of 12 fours thanks to a stunning delivery from Sri Lanka all-rounder Dhananjaya de Silva.

Warner’s innings was nothing short of a masterclass, scoring more runs than the rest of the squad combined when he was dismissed in the 38th over. At the R Premdasa Stadium today, with most of Australia’s hitters struggling against as many as four first-choice Sri Lankan spinners, Warner was in a world of his own.

Not that the excessive grip and turn didn’t fool him, but the 35-year-old batsman managed to keep his wicket and score runs at a rapid clip for the majority of his innings.

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With a 259-run target to chase in a must-win match, Warner becoming the seventh Australian batsman to be dismissed with less than 70 runs left to win has given the hosts a huge edge. At that moment, the visitors had lost three wickets for the same number of runs, putting the home team in control of both the match and the series.

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ODI Hundreds by David Warner

S. No.RunsBalls4s6sOppositonGroundYear
1163157132Sri LankaBrisbane2012
210014041Sri LankaAdelaide2012
3127115180EnglandSydney2015
4178133195AfghanistanPerth2015
512211393IndiaSydney2016
6109120112South AfricaBasseterre2016
710612690Sri LankaPallekele2016
8117107132South AfricaDurban2016
9173136240South AfricaCape Town2016
10119115141New ZealandCanberra2016
11156128134New ZealandMelbourne2016
12130119112PakistanSydney2017
13179129195PakistanAdelaide2017
14124119124IndiaBengaluru2017
15107111111PakistanTaunton2019
16166147145BangladeshNottingham2019
17122117152South AfricaManchester2019
18128*112173IndiaMumbai2020
ODI Hundreds by David Warner

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