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SportWarner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings

02:15  13 june  2019
02:15  13 june  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

'It was tough to watch': David Warner is left shaken after smashing the ball into a bowler's head during training

'It was tough to watch': David Warner is left shaken after smashing the ball into a bowler's head during training Australia were completing preparations for Sunday's game against India when Warner drove a half-volley back towards the medium pacer. The ball struck the bowler, Jaykishan Plaha from London, in the head. He went to ground and required urgent medical assistance before being taken off in a medicab.

The player ratings for Australia after their victory over Pakistan in Somerset on Thursday morning, as they went to a 3-1 record so far Pat Cummins celebrates the wicket of Pakistan's Asif Ali. Credit:AP. Pat Cummins 9 (2 off 6 balls and 3-30 off 10 overs) Had 41 dot balls and now has 153 through the

Finch hit centuries in each of Australia 's victories in Sharjah and, though he did not reach three figures on this occasion, it Glenn Maxwell added 71 from 55 balls as Australia finished on 266-6, before Pat Cummins took 3-24 to help seal an 80-run win and an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-game series.

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The player ratings for Australia after their victory over Pakistan in Somerset on Thursday morning, as they went to a 3-1 record so far in this year's World Cup.

David Warner 9(107 off 111 balls)So much for being out of touch. This was a brilliant knock. He was aggressive early, whether that be nudging and running or finding the boundary. A year of frustration washed away.

Aaron Finch 9(82 off 84 balls and 1-13 off two overs)A century went begging but the Australian captain was in a no-nonsense mood, taking 14 off three balls off one Mohammad Hafeez over. Four sixes told the tale. Then had courage to bowl himself, and claimed the dangerous Hafeez with a full-toss caught on the mid-wicket boundary - only his fourth ODI wicket.

Cricket World Cup: David Warner 'rattled' after net bowler struck by ball at Australia training

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Finch hit centuries in each of Australia 's victories in Sharjah and, though he did not reach three figures on this occasion, it Glenn Maxwell added 71 from 55 balls as Australia finished on 266-6, before Pat Cummins took 3-24 to help seal an 80-run win and an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-game series.

Finch hit centuries in each of Australia 's victories in Sharjah and, though he did not reach three figures on this occasion, it Glenn Maxwell added 71 from 55 balls as Australia finished on 266-6, before Pat Cummins took 3-24 to help seal an 80-run win and an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-game series.

Steve Smith 5(10 off 13 balls)Stroked a sublime cover drive off paceman Hasan Ali to get his innings going and was in good touch. But tried to chew too much off when he looked to swipe Hafeez to leg, only for a thick top edge to fly to cover.

Glenn Maxwell 4(20 off 10 balls and 0-58 off seven overs)Was sent up the order with the platform set at 2-189. Crunched two boundaries and a six before he fell to a wild drive off Shaheen Shah Afridi. Hasn't been able to get going with the bat yet.

Shaun Marsh 4(23 off 26 balls)Returned to the side to replace the injured Marcus Stoinis. It's not easy to find touch quickly but the veteran left-hander looked good until he was fooled by a cross-seam delivery and skied a catch to long on.

Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings © AP Usman Khawaja is having trouble as he drops down the order. Usman Khawaja 4(18 off 16 balls)What do with Khawaja? Had never batted at No.6 before in any kind of major competition. Maxwell decision was the right one but it means Khawaja has no home - having been bumped to No.4 against India.

Zampa out as Aussies go for four quicks

Zampa out as Aussies go for four quicks Shaun Marsh and Kane Richardson have come into Australia's side for their World Cup clash with Pakistan, where the Aussies will bat first after losing the toss.

Finch and Cummins dominate to secure 80-run win in third ODI. Aaron Finch narrowly missed out on creating a new record but it didn’t matter as Pat A spectacular return from Pat Cummins , yet another captain’s knock from Aaron Finch and a freewheeling 71 from Glenn Maxwell have secured Australia

Read about Aaron Finch 's Profile, Latest News, Articles, Career updates only on ESPNcricinfo.com. Find Finch 's Records, Biography, Centuries A solidly-built, aggressive batsman from the country town of Colac in south-west Victoria, Aaron Finch ascended to become Australia 's permanent ODI

Alex Carey 8(20 off 21 balls)Continued the good touch he had against the West Indies and India and looked set to drag Australia to 350 before he became one of Mohammad Amir's five wickets. Later claimed a great catch, diving to his left off an inside edge off Shoaib Malik to pouch the ball in his left mitt.

Nathan Coulter-Nile 6(2 off 3 balls and 1-53 off nine overs)Was unable to contribute with the bat in a lower-order collapse but claimed the pivotal wicket of Babar Azam just as the stroke-maker threatened a big knock.

Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings © AP Pat Cummins celebrates the wicket of Pakistan's Asif Ali. Pat Cummins 9(2 off 6 balls and 3-30 off 10 overs)Had 41 dot balls and now has 153 through the tournament - the most of any bowler. Struck early when he had Fakhar Zaman caught and produced a brilliant second spell of 2-8 off three overs, including deceiving Imam-ul-Haq with a slower-ball bouncer. Can't underestimate how important he was.

A tale of redemption: Warner century leads charge against Pakistan

A tale of redemption: Warner century leads charge against Pakistan Australia may have lost the toss but it wasn't a major issue as they turned up the heat in their World Cup clash at the County Ground in Taunton, England.

Here are AAP’s player ratings of every Australian in the squad for the Cricket World Cup 2015. AARON FINCH *280 runs at average of 35. *Highlight: Scored 135 in tournament opener against *Highlight: Led the side in tournament opener against England before making way for Michael Clarke.

The Australian cricket team toured New Zealand in January and February 2017 to play three One Aaron Finch (Aus) captained his first ODI match after Matthew Wade was ruled out due to back Josh Hazlewood (Aus) became the first player to be dismissed for a diamond duck in a partnership of more

Mitchell Starc 8(3 off 6 balls and 2-43 off nine overs)Finch looked to his spearhead to deliver when Cummins was finished and he did just that, successfully having an edge off the threatening Wahab reviewed. It was a pivotal moment. He then bowled Amir for a duck.

Kane Richardson 6(1 not out off 1 ball and 2-62 off 8.4)In his first World Cup match, Richardson took some early punishment but responded with two wickets in his middle spell. Will be better for the outing but Australia still have issues at first change. Could make way for Adam Zampa against Sri Lanka.

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Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
Warner, Finch and Cummins lead Australian player ratings
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