Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has been injured in the first ODI against India in Sydney. For this reason, playing in the second ODI against India in the SCG looks doubtful. If Stoinis is unable to play in the second ODI due to injury, it will be no less than a shock for the Kangaroo team.
During the first match, Stoinis felt pain after throwing the second ball of his seventh over. That is why he could not complete his over. Glenn Maxwell completed the over in his place.
According to reports, all-rounder Stoinis was injured as he could now be replaced either by Cameron Green and Moises Henriques in the second ODI.
Significantly, in the first ODI played in Sydney, Australia defeated India by 66 runs. Australia is now 1–0 in the series.