Michael Vaughan Feels David Warner Has Less Friends In Cricket
By CricShots - Apr 4, 2018 2:12 pm
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Australian opener David Warner gathered a lot of attention in recent times for all the wrong reasons, as he was involved in the ball tampering controversy. As per the findings of the Cricket Australia (CA), he was the chief instigator in the entire sequence occurrences. Furthermore, the disgraced cricketer was handed a one-year ban for his part in the scandal and would never be eligible for a leadership role for Australia. He also won’t be taking part in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018.

David Warner

Former English captain Michael Vaughan lashed out at Warner after the latter’s recent press conference. Most of the cricketing people around the world are saying that Warner has played his last game for Australia as he himself said that he might never play for Australia again with teary eyes in the press conference.

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Vaughan said, “His low-standing in world cricket should be of no surprise to anyone because of his on-field behavior.” The former English skipper also believes on-field behavior has left the southpaw with few friends in the game. Vaughan spoke about all the ball-tampering episode on Monday night on 5 Live Sport.

Michael Vaughan

Talking about Warner further, Vaughan said, “It’s not been surprising to me that the whole world has piled in because particularly David Warner, he has said quite a few things to a number of teams and a number of individuals. I think Nasser Hussain summed it up on television when he said he seemed to have abused every team other than the Indians, which potentially might have affected his IPL contract. That’s been the reason why so many people have said ‘right, this is our time, we’re going to have a few words against the team and particularly David Warner’.”

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Michael also opined that David didn’t have many friends and also didn’t hesitate from criticising Cricket Australia. He also added that there isn’t one thing that he likes about David Warner. He feels that Warner gets very personal and hurts the other players.