Australian opener Cameron Bancroft, on Monday, cleared all air about a tiff with David Warner when the Team Vice-Captain left him for the run-out after scoring just 10 runs in the Adelaide Test.
During the Ashes opener in Brisbane, Bancroft and Warner conquered England with their 173-run second-innings stand a Test record for the highest partnership in a 10-wicket win.
Although, things have been going well even in the second Test, but there was a disastrous mix-up occurred after the 15th over, when Moeen Ali misfielded at the cover, and Warner called yes then no, and then English all-rounder Chris Woakes sealed Bancroft's fate with a direct throw and the Aussie opener was short of his ground – dismissed for 10 in the first session of the second Ashes Test.
Bancroft further added that both he and Warner are moved on from the incident and looking forward to replicating their Brisbane show in Perth, where they will play third Ashes Test on 14 December.
According to a report in The Sydney Morning Herald, Cameron Bancroft told reporters in Perth, “He (Warner) probably made a bit of a mistake. I trusted his call and he was very definitive in that and then changed his mind. Talk about Mother Cricket coming back and biting you on the arse. I was thinking about a month ago that I hadn't been run out in a four-day game (for a few years). And there you go – I got run out in a Test match. I probably brought that on myself. [We] kissed and made up and hopefully, it doesn't happen again.”
The right-hander further added, “He's (Warner) been great. We've got to know each other personally a little bit and the more we play cricket together the more relationships and partnerships develop. One thing we've both done quite well is been able to get off strike... we've got a lot of singles and that's probably a pretty good reflection of your ability to function (together) really well.”
While praising Warner, the 25-year-old said, “Davey's good out in the middle. He certainly brings a lot of energy to the crease, always busy, looking to score. One thing I've learned in the past, especially with a lot of the partners I've had in Western Australia, things like that take time, relationships take time to develop and so far he's been great.”
Bancroft concluded by saying, “It's started off OK, it'd be nice to get a few more big partnerships on the board for the team, but that's something we're all working towards.”