India Today – South Africa captain Faf Du Plessis, unlike his opposition number, didn’t take sides while commenting on the David Warner-Quinton de Kock verbal spat.

Summary

  • South Africa captain Faf Du Plessis, unlike his opposition number, didn’t take sides while commenting on the David Warner-Quinton de Kock verbal spat.
  • While the Australian captain Steve Smith came out in defence of David Warner, Du Plessis simply said that he doesn’t know what eSouth Africa captain Faf Du Plessis, unlike his opposition number, didn’t take sides while commenting on the David Warner-Quinton de Kock verbal spat.
  • While the Australian captain Steve Smith came out in defence of David Warner, Du Plessis simply said that he doesn’t know what exactly happened and therefore asked Warner to go to the Australian dressing room when the chatter was going on.
  • Smith, on the other hand, came out after Australia’s 118-run victory at Kingsmead in the first Test of the four-match series and said that De Kock had made some personal comments and that is what prompted Warner to hit back.
  • The video shows Warner being restrained by Australia batsman Usman Khawaja and spin bowler Nathan Lyon as he directs a verbal barrage at De Kock, who exited the field as South Africa’s not-out batsman at the same time as the Australians.


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