Another superb innings from opener David Warner helped Australia to a narrow lead on day two of the Vodafone Pink Test at the SCG.
Most of the Aussies made runs on day two, including a fighting 87 from Phil Hughes and another 50 for skipper Michael Clarke, while Matthew Wade held firm with 47 late in the day to ensure his team went to stumps with a 48 run lead. It wasn't all smooth sailing for the Australian team however, retiring legend Mike Hussey was run out for 25 in his last-ever Test match.
But our moment of the day was David Warner kick-starting our innings with a flurry of runs, reaching 85 off just 84 balls before he holed out to Prasad in the deep.
What was your favourite moment from day two?
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First Posted 05 January, 2013 11:32AM AEST