Well, I was right about Warner!
No mistake, that is up there in the canon of great innings. First triple century in Adelaide, second highest Test score by an Australian.
And not out, so his batting average will go through the roof
I watched him up until he got to 254 and bettered his previous best of 253, Caught the later stages on catch-up.
An absolutely fantastic innings, lovely shots, both on the on- and off-side.
It was clearly an emotional occasion for him at every stage and it was moving in the way he clearly acknowledged Phil Hughes on what would have been his 31st birthday.
And after the batting, Australia utterly ruthless in response. Mitchell Starc and Tim Paine combined beautifully and Pakistan were reduced to six wickets down, Babar Azam being the only stand-out for the tourists.