David Warner does the Pushpa Celebration after his Record Breaking World Cup ton

David Warner's Pushpa Celebration in World Cup Match Against Netherlands
David Warner's Pushpa Celebration in World Cup Match Against Netherlands. Image Source: Hotstar

David Warner’s remarkable form continued as he scored a century off 91 balls, marking his second consecutive century and sixth in World Cup matches. With this feat, Warner has equaled the legendary Sachin Tendulkar’s World Cup century tally, solidifying his place as one of the tournament’s greats.

David Warner’s Pushpa celebration

Australia’s seasoned opener notched his fifth ODI World Cup century, marking it with the famous ‘Main Jhukega Nahi Sala’ style from the movie Pushpa. This remarkable century was Warner’s 48th international century, the most among currently active cricketers, second only to Virat Kohli. The celebration delighted fans at Bengaluru’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium, where Warner adeptly recreated the iconic Pushpa style, a gesture he’s known for and one that never fails to excite cricket enthusiasts.


Australia and Netherlands faced off in a crucial clash in the ongoing World Cup. For Australia, this match carries significant weight as they aim to solidify their position in the tournament. Travis Head, despite recovering from a hand fracture, is not included in the playing XI, while Marcus Stoinis is sidelined due to a niggle, making way for Cameron Green.

Australia, after a shaky start with back-to-back losses, have regained their form and are riding the wave of two emphatic wins. Their recent success has boosted their confidence, and they’ll be eager to continue this momentum against Netherlands.

On the other side, Netherlands is seeking another upset, having already defeated an in-form South Africa earlier in the tournament. However, besides that memorable win, the Dutch team has struggled, coming into this contest after a five-wicket loss to Sri Lanka.

As it stands, Australia is positioned fourth in the tournament, and a victory in this match would help them maintain their position. In contrast, Netherlands currently holds the seventh spot, and a win here would propel them closer to Australia, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, all with four points each.

Interestingly, these two teams have met twice before, with Australia emerging victorious on both occasions. The clash between these cricketing giants and the spirited Dutch side promises to be a captivating contest with much at stake.

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