#2 David Warner - 3
Making his international return from a one-year ban, David Warner made an impressive comeback to ODI cricket for Australia in the 2019 World Cup. The 32-year-old batsman did meet the expectations of the fans and became the second-highest run-scorer of the World Cup.
The left-handed batsman amassed 647 runs with a staggering average of more than 70 and a strike rate of about 90. Warner, who was a part of the 2015 World Cup winning squad scored three centuries and three half-centuries in this World Cup.
Warner won three MoM awards for his excellent performances against Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Warner's 147-ball 166 against Bangladesh, laced with 14 fours and five sixes was the standout all through the tournament.
Apart from that knock, Warner notched up a 117-ball 122 against South Africa and a 111-ball 107 against Pakistan as well.
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