See the moment the Australian opener celebrated in the middle of the Gabba.
David Warner has scored his fourth Test match century, and his first against England, as Australia keep their foot on the throats of the English side at the Gabba.
The left-hander opener has been in sparking form, and brought up the milestone with a punch through a packed off-side field off the bowling of Joe Root.
Warner celebrated with a jump into the air as the big crowd at the Gabba stood and applauded the crowd favorite.
He reached his triple-figures off 135 balls with 11 boundaries in 220 minutes.
His ton against England followed earlier Test centuries against New Zealand (123 not out), India (180) and South Africa (119).