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Aussie opener injured in the second ODI


Australian opener David Warner was injured during the ongoing second ODI between India and Australia. Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. Warner and Finch put up another 100 run partnership as they gave a solid start to the Aussie innings. The Southpaw from New South Wales scored a quick innings of 83 in just 77 deliveries before he was found out of his crease while stealing a second run, thanks to a solid throw by Shreyas Iyer from long off.

Australia ended their innings at 389 for the loss of 4 wickets which was possible due to Smith’s ton, Labuschagne’s decent hand and Maxwell finish.

David Warner was injured while fielding during India’s run chase. In the fourth over of the second innings, Warner dived to save single of Dhawan’s bat. While diving he injured his groin and was down in pain. The team’s physio came out and took Warner to the dressing room. CA confirmed that they will take Warner for further scanning.


This is the second injury scare for Australia as Stoinis was injured right before second ODI.