Smith and Warner have been booed, jeered, and abused by fans during the Cricket World Cup in England and Wales, in their first official international games since returning from 12-month bans imposed in the wake of a ball-tampering scandal.
Melbourne [Australia], June 24 (ANI): Australia, who did not play their best game last year, are playing a brilliant cricket this year including in the ongoing World Cup.
I have read that Justin Langer, the Australia coach, and Virat Kohli, the India captain, have asked supporters not to boo Steve Smith and Warner.
Loading Root, though, is seen as the "glue" in England's top-order and a man Australian bowling coach Adam Griffith said was a priority dismissal.
However, as was the case against Pakistan, Smith, Glenn Maxwell and even Shaun Marsh were preferred ahead of him, leaving Khawaja to come in at No.6.
David Warner feels "just so grateful" to be playing for Australia, as he continues to add to his tally of runs in this World Cup.
Joyce’s comments about controversy, as if "controversy" were a measurable quantity with no values attached, were not of course about Kerr and the Matildas, but about Israel Folau and Rugby Australia and, for good measure, the ball-tampering affair and Cricket Australia, which Qantas also sponsors.