Warner ruled out
Warner ruled out

David Warner ruled out: Australia’s quest to make a comeback in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Test series against India has taken a turn with the news that veteran opener David Warner has been ruled out of the second Test in Delhi due to injury. Warner will be ruled out for the rest of the second Test, with fellow left-hander Matthew Renshaw being relieved and named in his place.

A more patient Warner managed just 15 runs in the first innings of Friday’s Test but the 36-year-old took some knocks to his body and helmet during his 44-ball stay at the crease. Further tests on Saturday showed that Warner had not made a full recovery, with Renshaw being replaced as his replacement for the remainder of this Test after being dropped for Travis Head before the start of the match. Was.

David Warner ruled out
David Warner ruled out

Whether Warner recovers in time to play in the third Test of the series, starting March 1 in Indore, Australia will miss his on-field experience while he is out. Warner’s current form is a concern for Australia as well, with the usually dynamic left-hander having failed to hit all three of his runs against India this tour and has just one hundred to his name since the start of 2020.

Border Gavaskar Trophy IND vs AUS 2nd Test Scorecard:

Australia Batting 263 (all out, 78.4 overs)

David Warner c Srikar Bharat b Mohammed Shami15443034.09
Usman Khawaja c KL Rahul b Ravindra Jadeja8112512164.80
Marnus Labuschagne lbw Ravichandran Ashwin18254072.00
Steve Smith c Srikar Bharat b Ravichandran Ashwin02000.00
Travis Head c KL Rahul b Mohammed Shami12301140.00
Peter Handscomb NOT OUT721429050.70
Alex Carey WKT c Virat Kohli b Ravichandran Ashwin05000.00
Pat Cummins CPT lbw Ravindra Jadeja33593255.93
Todd Murphy b Ravindra Jadeja04000.00
Nathan Lyon b Mohammed Shami10262038.46
Matthew Kuhnemann b Mohammed Shami6120050.00
Extras (nb 2, b 13, lb 1)16

India Batting 65 runs (3 wickets, 25 overs) (Playing Live)

Also Read:IND vs AUS Test Match: India beat Australia by 132 in 1st Test Match.