The Warner vs Quinton De Kock saga has got the entire cricketing world talking. Former cricketers took to Twitter to express their views on the heated exchange of words between the two cricketers on the staircase.

Steven Smith
Australia won the first Test by 118 runs. (Photo by Lee Warren/Gallo Images)

Australia eventually won the first Test by 118 runs and the South African wicket-keeper early on the fifth day.

A video surfaced the internet which revealed David Warner fired up against De Kock at the staircase leading towards to the dressing room at tea on day four.

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David Warner involved in an ugly altercation with Quinton De Kock. Image Courtesy: Twitter

In the video, Warner is seen arguing with De Kock. However, ever since the video got viral on the internet cricketers have been divided into two different groups.

Steven Smith
Steven Smith has opened up about incidence. (Photo by Lee Warren/Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Also, the former cricketers have been partial towards their own countrymen. Australian skipper Steven Smith expressed his views on the incidence and said that the De Kock had provoked the Australian opener by passing some personal comments.

On the other hand, former South African captain Graeme Smith said that Warner is experiencing a dose of his own medicine.

Warner is known for his personal jibes at opposition players. Smith said that this had to happen.

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Graeme Smith. Photo Credit: Gallo Images.

He feels he has tested player’s patience in the past and this reaction by De Kock is not a surprise.

Michael Vaughan and Paul Harris also chipped in with their views and backed the South African wicket-keeper.

Moreover, they said that Warner should be prepared for such comments as he does such similar things.

Here are the tweets:


Here’s the news feed:

ICC to Enquire David Warner-Quinton de Kock Incident

SA vs AUS 2018: Steven Smith Opens up About Warner-De Kock Staircase Incidence

Prabhangad Singh

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