'Maximum?': David Warner brings up 50 in comical fashion

Riley Morgan
Sports Reporter
David Warner brought up his 50 against Pakistan in unusual fashion. (Getty Images)

David Warner has brought up another 50 in bizarre circumstances to continue his blistering form throughout his career in Australia.

After hitting a four, Warner was sitting comfortably on 49 after the rain delay against Pakistan.

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The powerful opener then miss-timed a shot via an inside edge, prompting Marnus Labuschagne to call for a single.

But the Pakistan fielder launched the ball in desperation and the resulting throw when for four overthrows.

The two runs the pair completed meant Warner brought up his 50 a six, despite the inside edge.

The debacle was pointed out on social media.

Warner’s 50 continues his incredible stats at home.

Warner’s 154 in Brisbane, meant the opener faced more balls and made more runs in one day than he did in his entire Ashes horror series in England just months ago when he averaged a series career-low of 9.50.

Now, counting his Adelaide knock, he's averaging 199 against Pakistan.

The left-hander has a Test average in Australia of 61.85 with 16 centuries. Abroad, he averages 34.50 with six tons.

With AAP