Australia’s Warner concussed, out of 2nd India Check

NEW DELHI: Australian opener David Warner is concussed and can take no additional half within the ongoing second Check towards India, the workforce mentioned Saturday forward of the match’s second day in New Delhi.

Warner, who was hit on the helmet by quick bowler Mohammed Siraj within the tenth over of the opening day in his knock of 15, will likely be changed by fellow left-hand batsman Matt Renshaw, in keeping with Cricket Australia.

“He subsequently demonstrated signs and failed a concussion check,” the assertion mentioned.

“Warner will now observe the graduated return to sports activities protocols forward of the third Check in Indore (beginning March 1) in step with Cricket Australia pointers,” it added.

Warner, who scored one and 10 in Nagpur within the first Check, was the primary wicket to fall for Australia after taking 21 balls to make his first runs.

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He had confronted a barrage of brief balls by Siraj and took a few blows, on the elbow and the pinnacle, earlier than being caught behind by Mohammed Shami.

He didn’t come out to area and fellow opener Usman Khawaja, who top-scored with 81 in Australia’s 263, mentioned his senior accomplice felt “weary” after the hit on the pinnacle.

Australia, who misplaced the opener of the four-match sequence, had been bowled out within the ultimate session on Friday after electing to bat first.