In a cricket match between Australia and Pakistan, David Warner and Mitchell Marsh, who were the opening batsmen for Australia, both scored centuries. They put on a partnership of 259 runs for the first wicket. Warner reached his century in 85 balls with 7 fours and 6 sixes, while Marsh completed his century in 100 balls with 10 fours and 6 sixes. Marsh reached his century on his 32nd birthday. Warner was dropped by a Pakistani player when he had scored only 10 runs. Marsh was eventually dismissed for 121 runs. Pakistan made one change to their team, with Usama Mir replacing Shadab Khan. Australia did not make any changes to their team. The umpires for the match were Chris Brown (from New Zealand) and Richard Illingworth (from England). The TV umpire was Michael Gough (from England), and the match referee was Richie Richardson (from West Indies).
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