The 3rd Test between Australia and South Africa at Adelaide is going to be day-night Test    Getty Images
The 3rd Test between Australia and South Africa at Adelaide is going to be day-night Test Getty Images

After losing the second Test and the series against South Africa at home, both Australian team and their players are under big trouble. Excluding four players, almost everyone in the squad is in huge trouble of saving their places and one can expect some drastic changes to their side. Australia performed poorly in the second Test at Hobart, especially with that bat as they were first bowled out for mere 85, followed by another collapse in the second innings as well. After giving the lead of 241 runs to South Africa, Australia started pretty well by losing only two wickets till the end of third day of the match with their score of 121 for two. Full Cricket Scorecard: Australia vs South Africa day-night Test at Adelaide

Opener David Warner played his part by scoring an impressive 45 and looked solid but was unlucky as he got out in a bizarre fashion. On the fourth day of the match, Australia batted horrendously as they could add only 40 more runs to their score and were all out. Eight wickets fell on fourth day for just 40 runs. Players like Joe Burns and Callum Ferguson are among those batsmen who are in the radar of facing some harsh decision from their board. Not only selectors, even fans of the Australian team made some livid comments against both these players on social media.

On one such comment, in which Warner was also mentioned, the Australian vice-captain responded very humbly and supported his teammates.

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In the above tweet, the twitterati wrote about Warner’s OLED TV since the Australian batsman has done commercials for that brand.

Here is the video of that commercial in which Warner acted.

Well, Australia will play the third Test of the series against South Africa at Adelaide, which will start from November 28. Hosts will try their best to win that match to restore some pride. Also, fans and experts must be keen to see how Warner and other players perform in the third game.