Australian opener David Warner, who scored his first triple century in Test cricket, believes that Indian opener Rohit Sharma can break the record of 400 not out runs of West Indies legend Brian Lara. Warner told Fox Sports, “It depends on the individual. We have a very long boundary line and it is sometimes very difficult to cross. When fatigue dominates, it becomes difficult to move hands.”
Warner said, “I tried to pick up a few shots in the final moments because I was understanding that I could no longer cross the boundary line with fours. I think one day a player could break this record in my eyes And he is the player, Rohit Sharma. “
Warner had scored 154 runs in the first Test and scored an unbeaten 335 in the first innings of the second Test. This is the second highest total by any Australian batsman.