Sydney: Australia’s star opener David Warner is injured in the second ODI. During the match, Warner suffered a groin injury. Because of this, his playing in the remaining matches of the limited overs series against India is doubtful.
Warner (David Warner) had trouble getting up after driving in the fourth over of Team India’s batting, after which he walked out of the Sydney Cricket Ground. This senior player was taken to a nearby hospital for a scan.
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After the match, Australian captain Aaron Finch was asked about the condition of this opener, he said that he is not aware of the seriousness of the injury but he does not expect him to be available. He has said, ‘Don’t know, I don’t think he will be available, we have to bring someone in his place’.
Australia defeated India by 51 runs in the second ODI. With this victory, the Kangaroos have taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.
Warner (David Warner) jumped to stop the ball and the way he was groaning painfully after falling, it seems not only in the third and final ODI but also in the three-match T20 series that followed. Will be able to play
Teammates Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell and physio David Beakley helped Warner walk a few steps to reach the Australian dressing room, after which he went straight to the hospital.
Before being injured at mid-off, Warner had played a brilliant 83 runs during Australia’s 389 for four.
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The last match of the ODI series will be played in Canberra. After the limited overs series, a four-match Test series will be played. Test matches will start in Adelaide from 17 December.
Two days ago Marcus Stoinis also got a muscle strain in the opening match of the series.