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Warner asks team-mates to improve against spinners

Talal Dar - 27-01-2016 - View: 218

Ashwin and Jadeja were the hurdle in Australia' way in first T20

Warner asks team-mates to improve against spinners

The left-handed batsman of the Australian Cricket Team David Warner has asked the team-mates to be careful against the Indian spinners as they could not do much against the slower Indian bowlers Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.

In the first T20 game Australians were going good as they dominated the Indian fast bowlers and David Warner was hitting Ashish Nehra all over the park, but Steven Smith and Aaron Finch gave away wickets to the spinners which halted their progress.

Australia were 89/1 in 9 overs but got bowled out for 151, which means they lost last 9 wickets by giving just 62 runs. He said that they got carried away before the middle overs but they should have been taking singles and doubles to keep the momentum going.

Warner said that players forgot that there are big grounds in Australia and they cannot hit sixes like India, so they will have to save the big shots for the World T20 Championship in India, because the Australian ground are more suitable to make fielders run.

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