David Warner scores double century in his 100th Test against SA
In Melbourne, Warner not only reached the century mark but also went on to reach the double ton in just 254 balls.
But the opening batter had to leave the game due to injury shortly after achieving the milestone.
Even before scoring 200 runs, Warner had been experiencing cramps.
Additionally, David Warner was seen gripping his thighs to seek medical help.
He needed treatment for cramps several times and eventually retired in pain on 200, helped off the field.