Broad reacts over Paine’s declaration in Adelaide Test

England right-arm fast bowler Stuart Broad reacted to the declaration made by Australian captain Tim Paine in the ongoing Adelaide Test where Australian opening batsman David Warner scored an unbeaten 335.

Australia are having another dominating Test match at Adelaide Oval against Pakistan as the hosts are dominating the visitors in all the departments. Australian opening batsman David Warner scored an unbeaten 335 runs in the first innings of Australia.

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The left-handed batsman was expected to score 400 and expected to break the record of former West Indies batsman Brian Lara. The southpaw was in such a full flow with his bat in the first two days of the Test.

But unexpectedly Australian skipper Tim Paine called back his players David Warner and Mathew Wade back to dressing room when David Warner was on 335 runs. The decision from Australian captain made everyone into a slight shock.

Even though David Warner missed his 400, he managed to become the second highest run scorer for Australia in an innings next to Mathew Hayden who scored 380. England fast bowler Stuart Broad also expressed his disappointment in social media under the post of ICC over the declaration made by Australian captain.

Broad reacts to Paine's declaration

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