'Vile and disgusting', Warner slams de Kock for wife sledge

'Vile and disgusting', Warner slams de Kock for wife sledge

Most of the rest of what Warner said is inaudible and there would seem to be no video evidence of De Kock saying anything to Warner‚ who is seen being physically restrained by his teammates from approaching the South African keeper.

Spinner Nathan Lyon was fined 15 percent of his match fee for breaching the ICC's code of conduct as he intentionally dropped the ball onto a sprawled AB de Villiers after the South African batsman had been run-out in his country's second innings. The vice-captain will be fined 75 percent of his match fee and handed three demerit points, Cricket Australia said on Wednesday.

De Kock's charge was a level one offence‚ which carried a maximum penalty of a 50% fine and two demerit points.

AUSSIE coach Darren Lehmann expects the coaches and captains of both teams to "chat" before the second Test against South Africa starts in Port Elizabeth on Friday after a bad-tempered start to the series.

Warner said he was used to taking flak from fans and opposition players, but claimed De Kock's remark crossed a line.

Although both teams have confirmed that there was verbal aggression on the field, the on-field umpires did not report anything, evoking scepticism from Gibson.

Panellist and veteran News Corp cricket writer Robert Craddock said the footage needed to be shown, as it showed Warner's true nature on the cricket field.

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According to a cricket-specific website, De Kock did not dispute the charge levelled against him at the hearing but appealed against the severity of the sanction.

"It's extremely disappointing. they've come out now and said a few things that are just blatantly untrue". "They are there to do a job and they must do their job". As I said, it's a thing you wouldn't say about any lady, especially someone's wife or a player's wife.

Warner is no stranger to controversy and was nicknamed "Bull" early in his career, a moniker that fittingly captured his rampaging batting and tendency to rack up violations for ill-tempered episodes during play.

First Test Australia won by 118 runs.

The 35-year-old Cowan hasn't added to his 18 Tests since 2013 and averaged 34.70 in six Sheffield Shield domestic matches this year.

Cowan scored one century in 18 Tests that included tough matches in India, the West Indies where "it was turning square", and one final Ashes Test at Trent Bridge when he was ill.

"How stupid is it, when I read before the Test that the Australians might bait Kagiso Rabada because he's close to being suspended?"

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