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Australian opener David Warner on Saturday overtook India’s Virat Kohli to become the fourth-highest run-scorer in ICC World Cup history.

The 36-year-old achieved a personal landmark during the



World Cup match against New Zealand at Dharamshala.

In the match, Warner looked in amazing touch, scoring 81 in just 65 balls, with five fours and six sixes. His runs came at a strike rate of 124.61.
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