David Warner scored the equal fourth fastest century in Test history as Australia took control against India in Perth Test. Warner, 25, raced to 104 not out as the hosts piled on 149 runs without loss after bowling India out for just 161. It was the fastest Test century by an opener - only 69 balls - and he brought it up with a huge six over long on. India lost their last six wickets for just 30 runs with pacemen Ben Hilfenhaus taking 4-43 and Peter Siddle 3-42.