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Australia have notched up the highest score in Cricket World Cup history, belting a score of 417 against a hapless Afghanistan bowling attack at the WACA on Wednesday.
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David Warner was the star of the show, hitting an incredible 186 off just 133 balls as the Australians toyed with World Cup minnows.
It didn’t all go to plan however, with opening batsman Aaron Finch falling for just four runs to leave Australia 14-1.
Steve Smith came into the crease and was sensible with the bat, allowing Warner to smash the Afghanistan attack around the WACA.
The Afghan bowlers weren’t the only casualties, with a big Warner six hitting a poor young fan in the grandstand.
Warner continued to attack, but fell short of his double century after a wayward shot saw him fall for 178 off just 133 balls.
Glenn Maxwell got in on the act, hitting 88 incredibly off just 39 deliveries but fell short of a much-needed century after he was caught at point after attempting yet another boundary.