During the second ODI in Sydney, David Warner was injured and walked out of the ground. If David Warner’s injury is severe, he could be ruled out of the next ODI. David Warner is hurt in the groin. David Warner was injured after a shot from Shikhar Dhawan and went off the field. He was taken out of the ground with the help of physio.
He could not stand back after Shikhar Dhawan intercepted a shot at mid-off. He took some time and was seen limping. The team physio took him off the field. However, scanning the severity of David Warner’s injury will only be known.
David Warner may be out of the next match
David Warner may also be out of the final ODI in Canberra on 2 December. The first match of the three-match T20 series will start from 4 December and the next matches will be played on 6 December and 8 December respectively. While Australia can call Matthew Wade. However, the team management will remain hopeful that David Warner will be available for the team in the Test series.
In the second ODI, David Warner played a century of half-century. Warner and Aaron Finch shared more than 100 runs for the first wicket. After this, Steve Smith came and hit a stormy century and the matter got worse. The Kangaroos put the Indian team under pressure by putting more runs on the board this time than the previous match. There is a pressure on every team chasing big scores and this pressure was clearly seen on the Indian team too. The Indian team was able to score 338 runs chasing a target of 390 runs.