IND vs AUS: So will KL Rahul take advantage of David Warner’s injury?

Sydney: Team India’s vice-captain and wicketkeeper batsman KL Rahul has said that he hopes that Australia’s injured opener David Warner will not be able to recover from his injury for the third ODI against India.

Australia suffered a major setback in their second ODI against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Sunday when their opener David Warner suffered a groin injury and limped off the ground. .

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KL Rahul said, ‘We do not know how serious his injury is. It would be good if they were injured for a long time. He is their main batsman. It is not good for someone to pray like this, but it will be good for the team. If his injury lasts for a long time then it will be good for our team.

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 of Scan during the 12th over of the Indian innings. He was hurt during the fourth over of the Indian innings.

He went to stop Shikhar Dhawan’s shot and during this time he dived. Then he was injured. He was groaning in pain after falling on the field. Australia physio took them out of the ground. Warner scored a brilliant 83 runs off 77 balls in this match and helped the team reach a mammoth score of 389 runs.
(Input-IANS)

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