Australian cricket team are facing outrages after their alleged act got exposed on a television camera. After which Australian skipper, Steve Smith and his team has confessed to plotting to tamper the ball with a yellow tape. Even, Australian team were to lodge an official complaint about the abuse they got from South African fans in the stadium.
However, Former England captain Michael Vaughan refuted promoting 'personal abuse against the cricketers during the third Test against South Africa.
Meanwhile, the English cricketer was indulged in a war of words on Twitter with the Candice Warner, wife of Australian cricketer David Warner on Twitter.
The former England skipper suggested that Australian players' own behaviour inflamed tensions during the four-Test series. “It's making me chuckle the Aussies are making an official complaint about the personal abuse they are receiving," Vaughan tweeted.
However, those comments didn't go down too well with David Warner's wife Candice.
Candice Warner then furiously replied, "I'm glad it's making you laugh" before adding, "so you would approve of the same treatment to your wife and three kids."
I’m glad it’s making you laugh.— Candice Warner (@CandyFalzon) March 24, 2018
Wow so you would approve of the same treatment to your wife and 3 kids??— Candice Warner (@CandyFalzon) March 24, 2018
Vaughan and Candice soon got into a war of words on Twitter. The former cricketer hit back saying the behaviour of Australian cricketers on the field had something to do with the outrage off the field.
"Absolutely not...but off-field anger in my experience starts with on-field behaviour by players, so maybe you need to look closer to home as to why." Vaughan tweeted.
Absolutely not ... But off field anger in my experience starts with on field behaviour by players ... so maybe you need to look closer to home as to why !!!! https://t.co/pat8TlAIeX— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) March 24, 2018
Although, David Warner's tour of South Africa has been marred by various untoward incidents. This ball-tampering scandal has given a blow to many controversies.