Monday, December 15, 2014

Words exchanged between Indian and Australian players

Few words exchanged on day four between players in altercation. David Warner said that he may have taken things a bit after verbal altercations gained prominence on the fourth day of the first Australia-India Test in Adelaide. The incident took place after Warner was bowled by Varun Aaron at a no-ball when on 66. It started an exchange in the middle with Shane Watson, Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli getting involved. Later, Steve Smith and Rohit Sharma were involved in another verbal after the Australian batsman laughed off the bowler's appeal for a Leg-Before Wicket. The on-field umpires were quick to diffuse altercations. When things go others way, you get full of adrenaline and Indian players did it. Aaron bowling that no ball and nearly getting me out and he came at me. And I had a go at him, too. But maybe, I shouldn't have done that. It was a bit of a contest and it is like a roller-coaster ride. You just ride it," he added. Warner has scored back-to-back hundreds in the last week and he said that Hughes given me some luck out there today. He remembered back-to-back centuries by Hughes in South Africa," Warner signed off.

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