Australia’s star opening batsman David Warner is going through an injury after limping off the sphere and heading for scans through the second One-day International towards India in Sydney on Sunday.
Warner appeared to have injured his groin when he dived to avoid wasting the ball whereas fielding at mid-off. The incident occurred within the fourth over of the Indian innings.
A Cricket Australia spokesperson later confirmed Warner had suffered adductor damage and been despatched to get X-rays, as reported on cricket.com.au. The visuals have seen on-air confirmed Warner limping closely as he acquired into the car.
Australia was already without all-rounder Marcus Stoinis for the second match after he walked away in the midst of an over through the first ODI at SCG on Friday.
After Aaron Finch opted to bat first, Steve Smith tormented India along with his second blistering hundred in two matches as Australia posted one other enormous target, reaching 389/four off 50 overs.
Smith adopted up his 105 off 66 balls in Friday’s first ODI victory with a dominant 104 off 64 balls because the Indians have been impotent to stem the runs on a slow-paced Sydney Cricket Ground pitch in searing situations.
The overall surpassed Australia’s 374/6 which arrange Friday’s 66-run crushing win within the first ODI on the identical ground.
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