Joe Root discusses Australia batsman David Warner's on-field chirping

‘He was better behaved this series than previous ones’: Joe Root discusses Australia batsman David Warner’s on-field chirping as England captain relives last summer’s Ashes

  • The Australian batsman David Warner is known to be a lively character in cricket
  • Joe Root thinks Warner was better behaved in the last Ashes series in England
  • England cricket stars have pledged £500,000 to ‘good causes’ and the ECB

Joe Root believes David Warner was better behaved in the last Ashes series than the previous one. 

The Australian batsman is known to be a lively character and Root thought he was calmer last time out. 

Root told Sky Sports: ‘He’s not the quietest on the fied. I think he was slighltly better behaved this series than previous one. 

Joe Root believes David Warner was better behaved in the last Ashes series than before

The Australian batsman is known to be a lively character and Root thought he was calmer

‘Throughout the series, it wasn’t just one individual, there were a few exchanges. It keeps it interesting. 

‘You know you’re in a competition. Some people really enjoy it. Some don’t. Others just sit and ignore it. 

‘Some like to moan about it in the dressing room and use it to get them going. Few times when it worked against Australia in this innings.’

England’s top cricketers joined the rush of sports stars doing their bit for the coronavirus

England’s top cricketers joined the rush of sports stars doing their bit for the coronavirus crisis when they pledged £500,000 to ‘good causes’ and the ECB.

The collective move by the centrally-contracted England players came after a meeting convened by the Professional Cricketers Association and represents 20 per cent of their salaries for the next three months.

England’s centrally-contracted women’s players also pledged three months money, in line with their support staff and coaches, to causes that will be identified by the players within the next week. 




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