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Breaking News David Warner slams his first triple hundred, breaks Don Bradman's 87-year-old record

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Australia opening batsman David Warner reached his first triple century in Test cricket during the second day of the day-night Test against Pakistan in Adelaide. Warner took 389 deliveries to slam his first triple-ton in the longest format of the game. He is the seventh Australian cricketer to score a triple hundred in a Test innings.

As he breached the 300-run mark, David Warner also eclipsed Aussie great Sir Don Bradman for an incredible feat.

He is now the highest Test scorer at the Adelaide Oval in a single innings. Bradman scored an unbeaten 299 at the stadium against South Africa in 1932, which was a record.

Warner is the second Australian batsman to score a triple century against Pakistan in Test cricket.

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