David Warner was in fine form until he was injured in the second Test against South Africa. After the game, Steve Smith revealed an unusual conversation between the two during their marathon collaboration.
On Day 2 of their ongoing Test match, Australia posted 386 for three in 91 overs, with David Warner destroying South African bowlers. The visitors had scored 189 in 68.4 overs. Warner was emotional and exhausted after becoming the first Australian to score a double century in his 100th Test, and he retired due to cramps. Meanwhile, the Australians finished the day with a 197-run lead.
Steve Smith, who ran a marathon with Warner, shared an interesting conversation with the record-breaker. “The more he cramped, the more shots he started to play, and everything seemed to be coming out of the middle; it was an incredible knock, and it was nice to be up the other end for a large chunk of it,” he said.