Australia batsman David Warner sets unwanted record as his nightmare Ashes continues

Australia batsman David Warner has endured a barren run during the Ashes series
Australia batsman has endured a barren run through collection (Picture: Getty)

David Warner’s nightmare Ashes continued as the Australia opener was dismissed for a record eighth single-digit rating within the collection.

Warner loved an excellent World Cup marketing campaign, smashing three centuries to complete as the second main run-scorer within the event.

The 32-year-old didn’t take that kind into the Ashes, nonetheless, contributing simply 18 runs from his first 4 innings of the collection.

Warner made 65 within the first innings of the third Test however was then dismissed for 3 successive geese, with Stuart Broad claiming his scalp six instances in eight innings.



The batsman lasted simply eight balls at The Oval this morning earlier than being contentiously caught behind off Jofra Archer for eight.

In failing to achieve double figures, Warner turned the primary participant in historical past to be dismissed for eight single-digit scores in a Test collection.

England gave the impression to be interesting extra out of hope than perception after Warner tried to chop Archer to the boundary however Joe Root opted to evaluation.

The first replay appeared to point out a niche between bat and ball however snicko supplied a spike, which was sufficient to overturn the choice.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan mentioned: ‘There is a spike but I don’t assume the ball has touched the sting.

England wait for the decision to be overturned on DRS
England look forward to the choice to be overturned on DRS (Picture: Getty)

‘When you see the replays it looked like the ball passes the bat. Whether he hit it or not, it’s a horrible shot.’

Having eliminated Warner, Archer dismissed Australia’s different opener, Marcus Harris, when he nicked to Ben Stokes at second slip to depart Australia 14-2.

England added one other 23 runs to their in a single day rating to be bowled out for 294, with Australia’s Mitchell Marsh ending with figures of 5-46.

Australia have retained the Ashes after going 2-1 up within the collection however England can nonetheless safe a draw with victory in south London this week.



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