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Extraordinary David Warner dismissal sparks chaos in Australia’s ODI loss to South Africa in Potchefstroom

Extraordinary David Warner dismissal sparks chaos in Australia’s ODI loss to South Africa in Potchefstroom

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An unfathomable David Warner dismissal has sparked a fatal battling collapse for Australia in their third ODI against South Africa overnight.

The veteran Aussie opener was leading the visitors to what would have been a monster second-innings chase when he was run out for a blistering 78 (56) as a result of his right boot slipping off his foot.

Warner had tucked a ball from Tabraiz Shamsi into the leg side for what should have been a regulation single, but it suddenly became a dash to the other end when his attempt to take off from the striker’s end was thwarted by the loss of his boot.

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The left-hander tripped over at the crease and was down on all fours but still had to commit to the run because partner Marnus Labuschagne was already half way down the wicket.

A mad sprint to the other end, with one shoe missing, wasn’t enough for the destructive opener, as Keshav Maharaj’s direct hit spelled the end for Warner, just shy of his second century for the series.

Warner’s dismissal opened the door for a sensational batting collapse that saw the Aussies fall from 2-157 to 227 all out, losing 8-70 in just under 16 overs.

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David Warner was dismissed in extraordinary circumstances. Credit: Fox Sports

Having given up so many runs with only one front-line spinner in the first innings, it was a daunting task for the Aussies in the first place, chasing 339 for victory.

But ODI captain Mitch Marsh has defended Australia’s decision to field only one specialist spinner after South Africa’s dual spin attack helped crush the tourists by 111 runs at Potchefstroom.

While both teams’ seamers proved expensive at JB Marks Oval on Tuesday (Wednesday morning AEST), the spinners proved tougher to get away.

South African tweakers Shamsi (2-29) and Maharaj (2-37) turned the match South Africa’s way by tying down the Aussies in the middle overs.

Australia rested No.1 spinner Adam Zampa, while Ashton Agar missed the match with soreness.

Debutant Tanveer Sangha was Australia’s sole specialist turner and proved expensive (1-64 off eight overs), outbowled by part-timer Travis Head (2-39 off 10 successive overs).

“Ash wasn’t available for selection today, that made it tough to play two spinners,” said Marsh, who conceded when interviewed post-match by South African great Shaun Pollock that he “probably misread it (the pitch) a little bit”.

“Zamps has got a big workload coming up so today was a good opportunity to rest him and give Tanveer an opportunity.

“I thought Travis Head bowled exceptionally well.

“The ball spun in the second innings and their spinners were very good.”

Mitch Marsh admitted he may have misread the pitch before South Africa beat Australia comfortably. (Dean Lewins/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP

In the following over after Warner’s dismissal, Labuschagne (15) was stumped by Quinton de Kock after being beaten by a magnificent wrong ‘un from Shamsi.

South Africa’s massive win reduced Australia’s series lead to 2-1 ahead of fixtures at Centurion on Friday and the Wanderers on Sunday.

Marsh is hopeful allrounder Cameron Green will be available for the last game after he was concussed by a Kagiso Rabada in the series opener.

Australia are also keen to give South Australian speedster Spencer Johnson a debut ODI cap should he over his minor hamstring issue.

“Hopefully Greeny will be able to play maybe the last game,” Marsh said.

“I’m not sure how many more games he’s got with the new concussion protocols but we certainly won’t be taking any risks with that kind of stuff.

“Spencer is hopefully tracking well to play one of those two games.

“He’s early on in his international career and we’ve got to look after him.

“Hamstrings are something you can’t really rush back (from).”

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In better news for Australia, Steve Smith’s preparations for the upcoming World Cup are underway.

He posted an Instagram story earlier in the day saying the wrist injury he picked up in the Ashes ‘feels good’ again after completing his first net session since the England tour.

“A good first hit out today in the nets, finally my wrist is starting to feel good,” Smith said in the video.

“It’s been annoying for a while. I hit them good today so hopefully some positive signs for what’s coming up.”

– With AAP

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