David Warner scored a magnificent 163 as Australia downed a gallant Sri Lanka by 15 runs in the first tri-series one-day international final on Sunday.
Australia's David Warner slams the ball away to the boundary on the way to his century in the first tri-series one-day international final against Sri Lanka on March 4. Australia beat a gallant Sri Lanka by 15 runs in the first final on Sunday.
Warner, whose previous highest ODI score was 74, smashed 13 fours and two sixes in his 157-ball innings to lead Australia to an imposing total of 321 for six after skipper Michael Clarke won the toss and chose to bat.
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