David Warner made a youthful cricket fan's day on first day of the on going second Ashes Test match on Thursday at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide. Regardless of losing opening partner Marcus Harris economically, Warner burrowed profound to give a decent beginning to Australia. Warner, but passed up a century just barely against England. Warner scored 95 runs off 167 balls. He was excused by Ben Strokes in the 65th over. While making his way towards the dressing room, the player gave his gloves to a young man in the stands, who was left noticeably glad by the trade.