Farzi Times: Yograj Singh blames MS Dhoni for Warner-De Kock fight

Dhoni spoke on the issue too, but didn't mention Yograj Singh.

CCTV footage of David Warner and Quinton De Kock's argument.

A CCTV footage of the argument between Australian vice-captain David Warner and South African Quinton de Kock has emerged on the internet from first South Africa vs Australia Test at Kingsmead Cricket Ground in Durban. The leaked footage shows Warner was stopped by his teammates from going too far in the feud. It is not clear what was exchanged between the two cricketers during the tea break on day four. 

So what do you think they said to each other which ignited the fire? Both players have spoken from their side, but we are not going to believe it until they say it after taking swearing oath on Bhagwat Gita. 

We are clueless about the reason too just like you guys. Cricketers may have a better idea, as they get into such situations on the field. Farzi Times asked them about the incident and they shared their views.

Parthiv Patel speculated what the South African said to Warner. He thinks De Kock might have made comments on Warner's height. As per Parthiv, this could have been De Kock's sledge, "Davey, I am sure you didn't kneel down and propose to your wife for marriage because you standing with her doesn't make any difference."

While we didn't want to interview Yograj Singh, he himself sent a video expressing his opinion. "I think Dhoni is behind all this," Yograj said blaming MS Dhoni. "I am shocked to see he wasn't present there to stop the fight. My son, Yuvraj Singh would have controlled the fight. But Dhoni didn't let him go to South Africa. This selfishness guy will go penniless one day."

Salman Khan also spoke on the issue. However, he had a different view on it. "I don't know what was said between them, but I want to know if they played 'Jaye Jaye Ek baar jo jaye jawani fir naa aaye' in the background or not. I guess they did because that's the only way one can come in Towel in this heated situation," Salman said, talking about Faf du Plessis, who was present there in a towel.

When we asked Dhoni to open on the incident, he said, "It's obvious, they were hungry and need Snickers."

An Indigo Airlines staff also spoke on the brawl between Warner and De Kock. He showed disappointment after the two cricketers didn't manhandle each other. "You call it a fight? LOL! We do it better at our training. Flight pe fight is our motto."

(This article is work of fiction) 


By Sihyeu Singh - 08 Mar, 2018

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