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  5. ICC World Cup 2019: Glenn Maxwell gives reason for David Warner’s slow knock against India  Hindustan Times
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The pacers at the World Cup have realised how to stop David Warner from cutting free - cramp him for room from over the wicketThe pacers at the World Cup have realised how to stop David Warner from cutting free - cramp him for room from over the wicket

Jaykishan Plaha, who was hit on the head by a David Warner drive at The Oval on Saturday, says he has walked for the first time since the incident.Jaykishan Plaha, who was hit on the head by a David Warner drive at The Oval on Saturday, says he has walked for the first time since the incident.

Cricket World Cup: Net bowler struck by David Warner drive 'finally' walking again - BBC Sport

After Indian batters put up a huge score of 352/5 in 50 overs, opener Warner hit a half-century but his strike-rate read 66.6 when he was dismissed by Yuzvendra Chahal in the 25th over.After Indian batters put up a huge score of 352/5 in 50 overs, opener Warner hit a half-century but his strike-rate read 66.6 when he was dismissed by Yuzvendra Chahal in the 25th over.

ICC World Cup 2019: Glenn Maxwell gives reason for David Warner’s slow knock against India | cricket | Hindustan Times

Assistant coach Ricky Ponting addresses Australia's mis-firing batting order following their World Cup defeat to IndiaAssistant coach Ricky Ponting addresses Australia's mis-firing batting order following their World Cup defeat to India

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It will be seen as a huge disappointment if Australia fails to qualify for the semi-finals, but at the same time, they are certainly not the favourites to win the title for the unprecedented sixth occasion.It will be seen as a huge disappointment if Australia fails to qualify for the semi-finals, but at the same time, they are certainly not the favourites to win the title for the unprecedented sixth occasion.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Australia preview: Reigning champions face stiff title defence, but return of Steve Smith, David Warner a big plus- Firstcricket News, Firstpost

“The two slowest 50s of David Warner's ODI career have come in this World Cup - off 77 balls vs India today and 74 balls vs Afghanistan. #IndvAus #CWC19”

Mazher Arshad on Twitter: "The two slowest 50s of David Warner's ODI career have come in this World Cup - off 77 balls vs India today and 74 balls vs Afghanistan. #IndvAus #CWC19"

“Target: 353 off 300 (7.1 RPO) David Warner: 56 off 84 (4 RPO) Rest of Australia: 244 off 198 balls (7.4 RPO)”

Ahmer Naqvi on Twitter: "Target: 353 off 300 (7.1 RPO) David Warner: 56 off 84 (4 RPO) Rest of Australia: 244 off 198 balls (7.4 RPO)"

“David Warner ...is batting himself into form or Australia out of this match? Discuss. #ICCCricketWorldCup2019 #AUSvIND”

Geoff Hutchison on Twitter: "David Warner ...is batting himself into form or Australia out of this match? Discuss. #ICCCricketWorldCup2019 #AUSvIND"

“David Warner's innings has had more dots than a teenager's face. He just faced 14 in a row ... the third-longest streak in his ODI career. Warner's feet still appear to be stuck in T20 mode. @NewsCorpCricket #CWC19”

Sam Landsberger 🗯 on Twitter: "David Warner's innings has had more dots than a teenager's face. He just faced 14 in a row ... the third-longest streak in his ODI career. Warner's feet still appear to be stuck in T20 mode. @NewsCorpCricket #CWC19"

Australia’s Cricket World Cup campaign hit its first snag the other night, with the bowlers unable to contain India’s big bats in a 36-run loss. After some encouraging opening victories against Afghanistan and the West Indies to begin the tournament, the Aussies stumbled at their first major hurdle after being set a record chase of […]Australia’s Cricket World Cup campaign hit its first snag the other night, with the bowlers unable to contain India’s big bats in a 36-run loss. After some encouraging opening victories against Afghanistan and the West Indies to begin the tournament, the Aussies stumbled at their first major hurdle after being set a record chase of […]

What went wrong for Australia against India and how do they fix it?

Usually one of world cricket's most explosive batsmen, Dave Warner's strike rate is well down so during the World Cup.Usually one of world cricket's most explosive batsmen, Dave Warner's strike rate is well down so during the World Cup.

Fiasco left devastation in its wake in Australia where heads rolled, sponsors withdrew and the team culture was flayed.

‘Sandpapergate’ ghost follows Aussies into World Cup - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

A local cricketer who was hit by a David Warner shot in the nets has taken his first steps since the accident on Saturday.A local cricketer who was hit by a David Warner shot in the nets has taken his first steps since the accident on Saturday.

Net bowler hit by Warner shot is walking again

After their first defeat in the World Cup at the hands of India by a margin of 36 runs, Australia assistant manager Ricky Ponting suggested that there would be more shuffling in the batting order, even after Steve Smith was promoted ahead of Usman Khawaja against India.After their first defeat in the World Cup at the hands of India by a margin of 36 runs, Australia assistant manager Ricky Ponting suggested that there would be more shuffling in the batting order, even after Steve Smith was promoted ahead of Usman Khawaja against India.

World Cup 2019: Australia open to batting reshuffle, says Ricky Ponting | Sports News, The Indian Express

From pundits to journalists, the question is on everybody's mind. Sports website Roar put it the bluntest: What the heck has happened to David Warner?From pundits to journalists, the question is on everybody's mind. Sports website Roar put it the bluntest: What the heck has happened to David Warner?

World Cup 2019: What the heck has happened to David Warner? | Sports News, The Indian Express

In a freak incident, a net bowler of Indian origin Jay Kishan Palha, who was helping out Australia during their practice, was hit smack on his temple by a David Warner shot on his follow through.In a freak incident, a net bowler of Indian origin Jay Kishan Palha, who was helping out Australia during their practice, was hit smack on his temple by a David Warner shot on his follow through.

Net bowler hit on the head by Warner | Deccan Herald

Social media went into overdrive after video footage showed spinner Adam Zampa putting his hand into his pocket before rubbing the ball prior to bowling the 24th over.. Cricket World Cup 2019. David Warner. Australia. Steven Smith. ICC World Cup. Aaron Finch .Social media went into overdrive after video footage showed spinner Adam Zampa putting his hand into his pocket before rubbing the ball prior to bowling the 24th over.. Cricket World Cup 2019. David Warner. Australia. Steven Smith. ICC World Cup. Aaron Finch .

'Sandpapergate' ghost follows Australia into World Cup | ICC World Cup News | Manorama

The Aussie opener is striking at just 71.84 in this World Cup, down from 96.55.The Aussie opener is striking at just 71.84 in this World Cup, down from 96.55.

Australians at a loss to explain David Warner striking struggles: 'It might be the conditions' | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

David Warner has the sixth-most runs at the World Cup, but bowler-friendly conditions could explain why he'...Surprising dot-balls raise questions

Cricket World Cup 2019: David Warner back to run-scoring best but 25 per cent slower

David Warner, who is known for his power-hitting abilities, has scored at a strike rate of 71.84 in the World Cup 2019.David Warner, who is known for his power-hitting abilities, has scored at a strike rate of 71.84 in the World Cup 2019.

Glenn Maxwell Blames Conditions For David Warner's Slow Start In The World Cup | Cricket News

Ponting feels that Finch's run out happened at a really crucial time as the team had just started to get momentum.

Ricky Ponting criticises Australian batting after defeat against India