Candice described the incident as “horrendous” and everyone was shocked by it the indecent scenes that took place in the famous Long Room downstairs.
Despite the intense focus on his form, the 36-year-old Warner, who announced his intention to retire from Test cricket after January’s Sydney Test, He took his place in the fourth test in Manchesterwhere the war will resume on Wednesday after a 10-day break.
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Speaking on a podcast hosted by former England cricketer Michael Vaughan and Phil Tuffnel, Warner gave an insight into the situation after the Australia tournament. Alex Carey threw Jonny Bairstow’s stumps down the stretch.
“It was really amazing, I’ve never experienced it before,” Warner told reporters Vaughany and Tuffers Cricket Club podcast.
“I’ve written some things from people, but big men, mature people who have to be quiet in the cricket house, it was something to see.
“I wish I had a speaker so people could understand how loud it was in there. It was crazy. I can’t do it again.”
Warner’s action followed the details of the new controversy, which was thrown out by the injured spinner Nathan Lyon, who joked that he had to stand between Bairstow and other Australian players in the dining room just before Carey’s hit.
“Jonny had a few words here and there, but it’s all his part, all I have to do,” Lyon told the Willow Talk podcast.
“There were a few Australian guys and a few English guys in the dining room and I waved my sticks and stood in the middle of it and tried to calm down a bit.”
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Talking on Fox Sports’ Previous Page On Tuesday night, Candice Warner added that Bairstow and Warner were involved in a verbal dispute, with their former IPL teammates trading barbs on the spirit of cricket.
“Jonny got up and said a little bit, David said a little bit,” he said.
“The whole test was difficult to be honest. It was very frustrating, even after the game when the fans were arguing. There were players like Starcy. [Mitchell Starc] and Pat Cummins trying to do their own press, the ugly abuse continued.
“It wasn’t just the pictures [where Warner and Khawaja confronted MCC members before security intervened]. He continued up two flights of stairs to the changing room and two more flights of stairs to where the boys ate lunch. You don’t want to see that anywhere.
“There were other players who were affected, they were pushed. Usman Khawaja was very upset by what was directed at him.”
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