Hindustan Times – David Warner’s return to cricket lasted just two balls when the former Australia vice-captain was dismissed for one run in his first game since his country’s ball-tampering scandal.

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  • David Warner’s return to cricket lasted just two balls when the former Australia vice-captain was dismissed for one run in his first game since his country’s ball-tampering scandal.
  • See videoWarner and former Australia captain Steve Smith, who was also banned due to the scandal, are free to play in the Global T20 Canada, where Warner made his comeback on Friday.
  • Smith, who is playing for the Toronto Nationals, fared better than Warner on his return after making 61 off 41 balls on Thursday.
  • READ | Umesh Yadav feels two new balls system has killed reverse swing in ODIsSmith said after his match that it had been a difficult few months, and Warner agreed.
  • “It definitely has been tough, not just for me but for my family, obviously the fans out there that support cricket and Australian cricket, so I’m responsible for that, that’s my fault and why I’ve had some tough times,” Warner said.


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