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“A mate of mine was actually wearing it on top of his head like a [Lasith] Malinga wig,” he said.
“That’s what it was, and [Root] decided to come in and take it off my mate’s head and start acting the way he did.“When people are drunk that’s what they do but I thought it was a bit inappropriate the way he went about that stuff so I went over and tried to take it off him.“I just think in today’s society you shouldn’t be fooling around with that kind of stuff.
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The Australia players were led to a roped off area of the Walkabout, where there were also New Zealand players.
An England contingent, including Root, Stuart Broad and Finn then approached.“We had a place sectioned off for us and they decided to come in – it was probably one, 1.30 in the morning,” said Warner. It was more me giving marching orders in a way.”Warner says there were “little things” that annoyed him that night before Root’s positioning of the green-and-gold wig tipped him over the edge.
England's corresponding record is 332 for seven against Australia at Melbourne back in 1928/29.But Cook immediately reviewed umpire Paul Reiffel's decision and, with replays indicating the ball would have gone over the stumps, the former Australia paceman's verdict was overturned.Cook and fellow left-hander Keaton Jennings survived to both be nought not out at the close, with England one for none courtesy of a leg bye.David Warner has risked the wrath of Joe Root and the England team by accusing the vice-captain of being racially insensitive in comments that are sure to raise tensions between the sides just four days before the start of the Ashes.
Warner has revealed he punched Root in his infamous assault at Birmingham’s Walkabout Bar back in 2013 because he thought the England player was mocking the South African batsman Hashim Amla.
While Warner has expressed regret and taken full responsibility for the incident in the past, this is the first time he has spoken in detail about what occurred hours after England’s Champions Trophy victory against Australia at Edgbaston.