Ind vs aus 2nd test Mohammad Siraj’s finger injured and bleeding david warner shot

New Delhi. Team India, under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, is coming down with the intention of winning another Test. The second Test between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) started in Delhi on Friday. Kangaroo captain Pat Cummins has decided to bat again after winning the toss. Indian fast bowler fast bowler Mohammed Siraj got injured in the fourth over of the match. Due to this the game had to be stopped for some time. After that he became a bit more aggressive against the opposing batters. Till the time of writing the news, Australia has scored 50 runs for one wicket in 16 overs. Usman Khawaja 29 and Marnus Labushen are playing by scoring 0 runs.

Mohammad Siraj was bowling the fourth over of the innings. David Warner played a straight shot on the third ball. Siraj went to stop this ball. During this, his hand got hurt and blood started coming out. Physio had to come on the field. A bandage was put on his hand. After this, Siraj troubled Warner a lot with his ball. Siraj became dangerous in his fourth over. One of his balls hit Usman Khawaja’s body and one ball hit Warner’s elbow. This time Australia’s physio had to come to see Warner’s injury.

Siraj got injured.

bouncer on helmet
Once again David Warner could not understand the last bouncer ball of Mohammad Siraj’s 5th over and the ball hit his helmet. Although this did not cause much damage to the batter. Warner is struggling to score one run each. He opened the account on the 21st ball. In the end, he became the victim of Mohammed Shami after scoring 15 runs off 44 balls. Talking about the first Test, he could score only 10 runs in the second innings while one in the first innings. In such a situation, he has not been able to do anything amazing in India till now.

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Team India is ahead 1-0 in the 4-match series. Talking about Delhi, India had not lost here since 1987. During this, the Indian team has played 12 Tests. 10 have been won, while 2 matches have been drawn.

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