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David Warner Calls Out The Fakes News Regarding His Injury
By CricShots - Mar 20, 2023 11:54 am
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After losing the 2023 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Australia is trying to win the ongoing three-match ODI series. However, their plans were hindered after India made a resilient comeback in the first match of the series. As the hosts took the lead, the Men in Yellow came back with a dominating 10-wicket win over India in the second ODI. However, one significant omission from the Australian squad has been ace opener, David Warner.

David Warner
David Warner

After being unable to perform in the first couple of Tests of BGT 2023, Warner missed the last two matches due to a fractured elbow. The 36-year-old also missed the first ODI as he was unable to recover in time.

David Warner was also missing from the playing XI of the second ODI left out of the second ODI as well after there were reports that the 36-year-old suffered a corked quad, because of which saw him miss the second clash between India and Australia. However, in a recent development, Warner took to Instagram and posted a story where he highlighted the fact that his injury concerns were fake news.

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After he claimed that his injury news was fake, the actual reason for Warner’s absence in the second ODI is yet to be known. It is also unclear whether he will be able to play the series decider on Wednesday, March 22.

David Warner
David Warner called out the fake news

After India won the first ODI in a fabulous fashion, and they looked to clinch the series as they took Australia on in the second ODI. However, Steve Smith’s Australia had different plans in mind. India was bundled out for just 117 runs after a magnificent bowling display by the visitors.

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Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh left no room for error, as Australia did not lose a single wicket during the run chase. Following the second game, both teams are tied at 1-1 and will look to go all out in the third match of the series, which is scheduled to be played on Wednesday, March 22.