IND vs AUS Sydney Test Day 1: Mark Waugh hits David Warner after an early exit by the score of 5, says not a shot you should play in the first 20 minutes of a test | IND vs AUS Sydney test: David Warner absent for 5, Mark Waugh launched it

New Delhi: David Warner returned in the third test played between India and Australia (IND vs AUS). The Kangaroo team had high expectations from them, but they failed completely. This Warner performance was severely beaten by former Australian cricketer Mark Waugh.

Warner flopped

In Game 3 of the Test Series, David Warner was sacked by dismissing Mohammed Siraj’s Cheteshwar Pujara scoring just 5 points. The way Warner was fired, Mark Waugh looked pretty upset.

Mohammed Siraj strikes early!

David Warner advantage and Australia lost their talismanic opening for just #AUSvIND SCORECARD https://t.co/Zuk24dKiq3 pic.twitter.com/9h5MU2nUAP

– ICC (@ICC) January 6, 2021

Angry mark waugh

Mark Waugh said: “It was a really bad shot. You wouldn’t want to play such a shot in the first 20 minutes in Test Cricket. You drive in the air, this ball was not meant to drive, it was also wide. You put your hand in it. Maybe he wanted to score quickly.

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Hussey also took the class

Another former Australian cricketer, Michael Hussey, also questioned Warner’s body language. He said: ‘The way Warner came out, it just didn’t feel right. We are not used to seeing them like that. This is not a good sign.

Warner was injured

David Warner was injured in the ODI series against India. Due to a groin injury, he did not participate in the first 2 tests of the T20 series and the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.