Cricket World Cup 2015

Warner out cheaply in CWC semi

2015-03-26 06:54
David Warner (AP)

Sydney - India struck a big blow with the crucial wicket of adventurous Australian opener David Warner in the fourth over of the Cricket World Cup semi-final at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Thursday.

Umesh Yadav coaxed a leading edge as Warner attempted to play to the leg-side and ballooned a catch to Virat Kohli at mid-off for 12.

It completed a low stretch of scores for Warner after his 178 against Afghanistan in Perth earlier in the tournament.

At the World Cup, Warner has scores of 22, 34, 178, 9, 21 not out, 24 and now 12.

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