The Australians, who have taken an unbeatable lead in the ODI series against India, have suffered a major setback. Opener David Warner has also been out of the limited overs series i.e. the last ODI and T20 series. He was engaged during fielding in the second ODI. In his place, Darcy Short has been included in the team.
Apart from him, the Australian team has also given rest to fast bowler Pat Cummins. The last match of the ODI series will be played on 2 December in Canberra. Warner hit a half-century in both matches and formed a century partnership for the first wicket with captain Aaron Finch.
Warner had left the stadium at Scan during the 12th over of the Indian innings. He was hurt during the fourth over of the Indian innings. Warner was upset with the groin strain.
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He went to stop Shikhar Dhawan’s shot and during this time he dived. He was then injured. He was groaning painfully after falling on the field. Australia that physio took them off the field. Warner played a brilliant 83-run knock off 77 balls in this match and helped the team reach a mammoth score of 389 runs.
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