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David Warner ruled out of ongoing second test match against India due to concussion
David Warner
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David Warner ruled out of ongoing second test match against India due to concussion

| @indiablooms | 18 Feb 2023, 10:07 am

New Delhi: Australian opener David Warner has been ruled out of the ongoing second Test match against India due to concussion.

Matthew Renshaw has been named as his replacement for the ongoing Test match.

Warner suffered knocks to the elbow and helmet from Mohammad Siraj's bowling during a bruising 44-ball innings on day one, reports Cricket Australia.

The second blow, which came off a top edge, has left him with a concussion. Under ICC rules, he is allowed to be replaced in the XI mid-match. Match referee Andy Pycroft approved Renshaw being substituted in for Warner before play on Saturday, the Australian cricket board's website mentioned.

"Warner will now follow the graduated return to sport protocols ahead of the third Test in Indore in line with Cricket Australia guidelines," a team spokesperson told the website.

Warner made 15 runs in the first innings.

He was dismissed by Mohammed Shami.

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