Piers Morgan and David Warner Involved Light Banter Twitter

Ashes 2017/18: Piers Morgan and David Warner Involved in a Light Banter on Twitter

David Warner
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 26: David Warner of Australia celebrates after reaching his half century as Jake Ball of England walks back to his mark during day four of the First Test Match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series between Australia and England at The Gabba on November 26, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Australia got into a commanding position on day three of the third test of the ongoing Ashes series as they took 146 runs lead in the third Test as England could only pick up one wicket in the entire day. Day three of the third Test completely belonged to Australia and their captain who scored his second double century in Test cricket, both coming against England. All-rounder, Mitchell Marsh also completed his maiden Test century at his home ground.

Steven Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Ashes 2017-18, Perth, Australia Vs England
Steven Smith was over the moon after reaching his hard-fought double hundred. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Steven Smith who was unbeaten on 229 completely dominated the English bowling and hardly gave the tourists a chance to come back in the match. Mitchell Marsh on the other hand who is making a comeback to the Test set up scored his maiden Test century in his comeback innings and was unbeaten on 181 at stumps on day three.


After the days play Australian opener praised the two batsmen, who got the team in a very comfortable position as they might go on to win the match from here and regain the Urn. He posted a picture of the two batsmen on Instagram and re-tweeted it. He wrote on Instagram, “What can I say. What a day it was for us. Thanks to these two blokes @steve_smith49 @mitchmarsh235 fantastic partnership so far. Maiden ? and just his 22 ? what else is there to say. #boom”

He re-tweeted, “What can I say. What a day it was for us. Thanks to these two blokes @stevesmith49 mitchmarsh235… https://www.instagram.com/p/BcwvjfGnlMV/

To which English journalist Piers Morgan replied, “Nothing, Mr Warner, say nothing. Let us suffer in silence.”

The two were then involved in a light banter as Warner again replied to the journalist and wrote, “Respect @piersmorgan”

Morgan then tried to get under the skin of the Aussie and wrote, “Mind you, if it was the other way round, we’d be unbearable..”

Prabhangad Singh

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