David Warner dedicates century to Phillip Hughes
December 9 , 2014
Paying a tribute to ex-teammate Phillip Hughes, Australian opener David Warner scored a century as Australia ended the first day of play at Adelaide in the first Test match against India on 354, with four wickets in hand.
Earlier, an injured captain Michael Clarke, batting on 60, was forced to leave the field due to back trouble.
Hughes was fatally injured after being hit by a delivery two weeks ago, his death coming as a shock to the sports-loving nation.