David Warner recorded the second-highest score in Australia Test history, compiling an incredible 335 not out during a remarkable day on which a series victory over Pakistan was all but secured.
"I got to 334 with two balls to go on the second night of that game, and I tried to hit them as David did".
His herculean effort marked the largest individual Test score at the Adelaide Oval and lifted Australia to 589-3 declared before Pakistan quickly crumbled in response.
Yasir Shah, Pakistan's No.8, struck a fiery maiden Test ton to defy Australia's bowlers, but couldn't prevent a follow-on on from being enforced, which further saw them lose three wickets by end of play on day three.
Babar Azam was on 43, with tailender Yasir Shah on four, the pair facing an improbable rescue mission.
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"(There was) poor form in England", said Warner. As I said yesterday, the last two weeks that I've played I've been very disciplined and I'm very happy with that'.
Warner's 335* sits second behind Matthew Hayden's 380 as the second highest-ever score by an Australian.
It is exalted company for a man fingered as the mastermind of the ball-tampering scandal at Newlands previous year, which scandalised a nation and saw him banned for 12 months along with former skipper Steve Smith.
Having brought the crowd to their feet with his 200th run earlier in the day, Warner bowed before another standing ovation, after bounding down the pitch roaring and leaping twice in the air.
Warner's tally for the worldwide summer is now a ridiculous 776 runs at 388 after flying through the Twenty20 series and scoring a century in the first Test at the Gabba.
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On reaching his century, Shah's average had lifted to 14.08 - the second-lowest batting average of any player to make a Test century, behind West Indian Jerome Taylor (12.96).
"I still can't understand why the 16-year-old hasn't played this game, Naseem", Ponting said.
Talking about Pakistan team's bowling performance in the Test series against Australia, Usman said that the bowlers did not bowl in the right areas, which is why they could not get success. He claimed his fifth wicket when he had Babar Azam edging behind for 97, before trapping Shaheen Shah Afridi lbw for a golden duck.
It did not take long for the rest of the top order to join him in the sheds, with skipper Azhar Ali (9) failing to get out of single digits before nicking Pat Cummins to Smith in the slips, before opener Shaan Masood (19) was caught behind, as Josh Hazlewood joined his fellow seamers in the wicket-takers' column.
Steve Smith became the fastest man to score 7,000 Test runs, breaking a record that has stood since 1946.
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