Australian opener, David Warner has managed to make a strong comeback to the national team after completing his ban. The aggressive batsman showed his true class during the recently concluded World Cup where he emerged as the second-highest run-getter in the tournament just behind Rohit Sharma.
Now with the Ashes approaching, Warner is looking to continue his good batting form and get plenty of runs under his belt. The 32-year-old has three Ashes hundreds to his name but none is on England soil and he vows to change that in the upcoming series.
"I haven't got a hundred (in England). I think when I look back and reflect on how I've played over here, I fought hard, in the first innings I think besides one dismissal I got some pretty good balls, and that's what happens in this game and you've got to try to forget about that and don't over-think it,” Warner said.