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Warner's slowest ton, Wade's horror run

Day three of the Chittagong Test saw David Warner become the third Australian opener, after Bob Simpson and Matthew Hayden, to score two hundreds in a series in Asia

Warner became the third opener from Australia to score  two centuries in a series in Asia

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3- Openers from Australia to score two or more centuries in a series in Asia. Warner joined Mathew Hayden and Bob Simpson to this feat. Hayden did this in the 2001 series against India while Bob Simpson achieved it in Pakistan in 1964. In all there have been 11 batsmen from Australia to have scored two or more centuries in a series in Asia, with Damien Martyn doing so twice.
6- Batsmen from Australia to score consecutive centuries in Asia - David Warner joined this elite list that comprises Allan Border, Bob Simpson, Damien Martyn, Michael Hussey and Michael Clarke. Border and Simpson scored the centuries in the same game. Hussey is the only one to have achieved it twice. Interestingly, Warner has scored two consecutive centuries three times in his career while he has scored three consecutive centuries twice.
209- Balls taken by David Warner to score his century - the slowest of his career. He took 154 deliveries to score his previous slowest century, against India in Adelaide. Warner had hit only five boundaries when he got to his hundred. Warner's 234-ball innings was the second-longest of his Test career.
257- Australia's score when David Warner reached his hundred - their highest. The previous highest team score for Australia when Warner reached his hundred was 221 against New Zealand in 2014.
20- Hundreds for David Warner in Tests. Warner joined his captain Steven Smith and Mark Waugh on 20 centuries. Warner is the thirteenth batsman from Australia to score 20 or more centuries. This was Warner's third century in Asia following his 133 in Dubai against Pakistan and 112 against Bangladesh in Dhaka.
2008- The last instance of an Australian pair adding 150 or more for the third wicket in Asia. Before the 152 added by David Warner and Peter Handscomb, Michael Hussey and Simon Katich had added 155 against India in Nagpur.
1- Half-century in Matthew Wade's last 19 Test innings. Wade has gone past 20 only five times from 17 innings in Asia. Wade now averages 21.73 and has two 50-plus scores in Asia.
10- Instances in which three of the top four batsmen have scored half-centuries for Australia in Asia. This is the first instance since 2008, when all of their top four scored fifties against India in Delhi.

Gaurav Sundararaman is a senior stats analyst at ESPNcricinfo