David Warner, the opening batsman for Australia, has expressed his displeasure with Cricket Australia (CA) for the length of time it has taken to alter the code to reflect his lifetime leadership suspension.
After receiving a lifetime suspension as a result of the 2018 ball-tampering controversy, David Warner was unable to serve as Australia’s cricket captain. The 36-year-old was anticipated to succeed Aaron Finch as limited-overs captain.
But his lifelong captaincy ban posed a significant obstacle. Previously, players had no chance to have a sanction reviewed after it had been accepted, according to CA’s code of conduct, which was modified on Monday.
“It’s Traumatic For Me And My Family”, David Warner
David Warner highlighted his dissatisfaction with the drawn-out procedure in a speech at a Kayo Sports advertising event on Monday, claiming it could have been finished much sooner.
According to him, the procedure had been “long” and “difficult.” I’m not a bad guy. At some point, you ought to have the right to appeal. Although I agree that a ban was put in place, David Warner felt that a lifetime ban was too harsh.
“While It has been disheartening that it has taken this long to arrive at this position. I believe it was brought up in February of this year. Thus, it has taken a long time. For me, my family, and everyone else involved, it’s traumatizing.”
“We don’t need to go over that information again. We don’t have to go over what happened again,” he continued. Although In the current ODI series against England, David Warner has been in strong form.
In the first game, he scored 86 runs off 84 deliveries, but only 16 runs in the second. Australia won both contests to take a commanding series lead after the first two games.
Australia Thrash England By 72, Take Unassailable 2-0 Lead In Series
Australia defeated England by 72 runs in the second One-Day International on Saturday, giving them a commanding 2-0 lead in the three-match series. Sam Billings (71) and James Vince (60) both scored fifty pluses.
But England still failed to reach the goal thanks to four wickets from Adam Zampa and Mitchell Starc. At the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday, Australia defeated England in the second one-day international of the three-match series by scoring 280/8 in 50 overs thanks to innings from Steve Smith.
Marnus Labuschagne, who each scored 94 and 58 runs, respectively. After acting captain Josh Hazlewood won the toss and decided to bat first, Australia lost David Warner and Travis Head early. As Pat Cummins is resting, Hazlewood is guiding Australia in the second ODI.