Australia vs India, David Warner wicket ‘worst ever’

Aussie opener David Warner has recorded his worst consecutive three innings on home soil after falling for just one run in the opening over of the fourth and decisive Gabba Test against India.

It was series breakthrough bowler Mohammed Siraj who coaxed an edge from the Aussie batsman with a vicious swinging delivery, with Rohit Sharma getting quickly to ground to take a brilliant catch in the slips.

Warner was given his marching orders for just a single run off three deliveries, and with it was handed his worst record on Australian soil to date.

“Just to add weight to the enormity of David Warner being dismissed in that opening over, in three innings he’s had in this Test series, he’s scored 5, 13 and 1,” Aussie great Adam Gilchrist said on Fox Cricket.

“That’s his worst ever three consecutive innings in Australia.

“It’s the end of the series, but Warner has just come back from injury. But he averages 68 on this ground before today.

“So that’s a wonderful start for India, getting rid of such a dangerous player.”

Warner has struggled to settle in at the crease ever since his Test summer was derailed by a groin injury sustained in the preceding limited-overs series.

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