During the first Ashes Test: On Day 2 of the 1st Ashes Test in Brisbane, David Warner scored 94 runs but was granted a lifeline early in his innings.
On Day two of the ongoing maiden Ashes Test at the Gabba on Thursday. Ben Stokes overstepped at least four times before bowling Australia batsman David Warner. With Australia at 31/1, Stokes could have dismissed Warner for 17 in the 13th over of the innings. Stokes, though, was declared to have overstepped the crease by the third umpire, which was confirmed on replay. Revealed that Stokes had 14 no-balls on Day 2, with only two balls being called.
During the first Ashes Test: Following a comedy of errors from Warner and. England batter Haseeb Hameed, Warner was given another chance. Hameed, who was stationed at short-leg, had a chance to run out Warner with Australia at 129/1.
Warner lost his feet while attempting to steal a single, but was fortunate enough to survive once again when Hameed missed to hit the stumps from an unmissable angle.
Warner was eventually dismissed for 94 runs on an Ollie Robinson delivery, with Stokes catching it.
Earlier, Australia had lost starter Marcus Harris for a cheap price after England‘s early breakthrough was provided by Ollie Robinson.
Warner and Marnus Labuschagne put up 156 for the second wicket before the latter was removed for 74 by Jack Leach, lowering Australia to 166/2.
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After that, Mark Wood dismissed Steve Smith right before lunch, leaving. Australia three down, before Warner was dismissed shortly after tea.
On Day one, England were bowled out for 147, with skipper Pat Cummins taking five wickets on Wednesday.
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