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Good bowling, not game plan, is slowing Warner down: Finch

Australia fans used to watching David Warner give his side a blistering start in limited-overs cricket may be scratching their heads at the pedestrian rate the left-hander is scoring at in the Cricket World Cup.

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  • Sport Good bowling, not game plan, is slowing Warner down: Finch Australia fans used to watching David Warner give his side a blistering start in limited-overs cricket may be scratching their heads at the pedestrian rate the left-hander is scoring at in the Cricket World Cup.
  • Cricket – ICC Cricket World Cup – India v Australia – The Oval, London, Britain – June 9, 2019 Australia’s Aaron Finch Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers 3 related media assets (image or videos) available.
  • 10 Jun 2019 11:37AM Bookmark REUTERS: Australia fans used to watching David Warner give his side a blistering start in limited-overs cricket may be scratching their heads at the pedestrian rate the left-hander is scoring at in the Cricket World Cup.
  • Warner entered the World Cup having blazed his way to a competition-leading 692 runs in the Indian Premier League, but Australia captain Aaron Finch said he had not consciously decided to be more circumspect in the longer format.
  • While Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah restricted Warner at the top of the innings, Finch had special praise for India’s spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal, who dried up the runs in the middle of the innings.


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