Australia vice-captain David Warner says he will always stick up for his family after claiming a “vile and disgusting” remark about his wife by South Africa’s Quinton de Kock led to their ugly altercation. Both players were punished Wednesday for the bust-up during the opening Test in Durban, with Warner fined 75 percent of his match fee and De Kock 25 percent. Warner said he was used to taking flak from fans and opposition players, but claimed De Kock’s remark crossed a line. READ | David Warner fined 75 per cent of match fee for Quinton de Kock spat“I cop it left, right and centre, especially off the field from spectators. READ | South Africa, Australia renew rivalry at St George’s Park after tempestuous first Test“I think everybody just needs to focus on cricket.
Source: Hindustan Times March 08, 2018 04:41 UTC