Michael Vaughan once again targets Australian cricket after David Warner's "sledging incident"

David Warner left the field after being sledged during a club match.

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Australia-England rivalry is one of the most famous rivalries in the sports world and it will never come an end and the latest comments from Michael Vaughan on Twitter has proved it all once again.

Vaughan, former England skipper and cricket commentator, on Tuesday (October 30) took a potshot at the culture of the Australian cricket after the much-discussed David Warner "sledging incident", which took place during a club game in Australia.

Warner, suspended Australian opener, was reportedly sledged and after which he walked off the field during a club match between Randwick-Petersham and Western Suburbs.

Taking a cue from the latest episode, Vaughan wrote on Twitter, “An Australian Cricketer walks off the field for being sledged !!!! The Aussie players are now wanting us to 'Smile with them,Dream with them' ........  What has Australian cricket come too (sic) ..... Waugh,Border,Hughes,Warne,Mcgrath must be so proud ... !!!! #OnOn

Reportedly, Jason Hughes, the brother of Phil Hughes, who died after being struck on the neck while playing for South Australia in a Sheffield Shield match in 2014, was the man who sledged Warner.

Noteworthy, Warner is expected to return to international cricket by April 2019. The Australian cricket team will expect both Warner and Steve Smith's return to strengthen the side before the 2019 World Cup begins.

Check out Michael Vaughan's tweet here:


By Rashmi Nanda - 30 Oct, 2018

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