Our players can read spinners, says Australia's Warner
Indore, Sep 23 (Cricketnmore) Australia vice-captain David Warner on Saturday dismissed the claims that his team is not reading India's spinners on the current tour.
Australian batsmen struggled to pick the spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav as in the first ODI in Chennai, chinaman Kuldeep returned with 2/33 while leg-spinner Chahal scalped three wickets for 30 runs.
In the second match in Kolkata, Kuldeep (3/54) took a hat-trick and Chahal chipped in with two wickets.
"I find that the players can read the spinners. And that it's the odd one or two that when they can't see the seam, then the players react off the wicket and that's probably the odd one here or there," Warner told reporters here.