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We have to play our brand of cricket, says stand-in-skipper David Warner

Guwahati: Staring at yet another series defeat, Australia's stand-in-skipper David Warner on Monday said that they are not demoralised and insisted on playing "Aussie brand of cricket" to bounce back in the three-match T20I series against India.

Having suffered a 1-4 defeat in the five-ODI series, Australia are 0-1 down after losing the opening T20 International in the three-match series.
"We have just got to keep going out there and keep backing ourselves 100 per cent. We have just got to keep playing the game that we know and that's the brand of cricket that we bring to the table," Warner told reporters on the eve of their second T20I.
Australia lost the first game in Ranchi after a familiar batting woes but Warner said they would not sit and worry about a collapse.
"I don't look too much into it. At the end of the day even if you get out early then there's a collapse in the middle after a partnership, everyone becomes frustrated. No one wants to get out. Yeah there's always reasons why it happens. People talk about pressure, people talk about having two batsmen in and then having two batsmen get out. It's important no matter what the circumstance, we try and win every game possible. Just getting a victory over here is always challenging, it's going to be tough, you have to play to the best of your ability," he said.

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