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(Watch) Manish Pandey plucks the ball out of the sky to dismiss David Warner

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David Warner scored a century in the previous game but Manish Pandey pulled off a brilliant catch to dismiss the star

David Warner is one of the danger men for Australia in their batting line-up but Manish Pandey pulled off a brilliant catch to dismiss him.

The Australian scored a brilliant century in the previous game but was out for just 15 from 12 balls.

Warner seemed set to smash a few more runs after a decent start but Pandey had other plans.

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Manish Pandey helped Karnataka win the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in 2019 (Image credit: Getty)

Mohammed Shami came charging in and Warner smashed the ball into the air. It seemed set to reach the boundary but Pandey jumped up and plucked the ball from out of nowhere.

The India star was at full stretch and was surrounded by the other players as they celebrated a big wicket.

Warner could have taken this game away from the Indians as the hosts put up a decent target.

India post daunting total

The hosts just about crossed the 250 mark in the previous game, but this was a different batting display from the Men in Blue.

Shikhar Dhawan made an incredible 96 but missed out on the century after playing a poor shot. Virat Kohli made 78 from 76 while the star of the show was KL Rahul who came in the middle order.

Rahul smashed the Australian bowlers to all parts of the park and scored 80 from 52 balls.

He had six fours and three sixes in his innings as India made an impressive 340 from their 50 overs.

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Warner and Aaron Finch both scored centuries in the previous game for the Aussies. They easily chased down the target last time around, but it will be a different story in this game.

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