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Ricky Ponting makes interesting offer amid Mitchell Johnson,Warner feud

Ricky Ponting makes interesting offer amid Mitchell Johnson,Warner feud


Former Australian captain Ponting

Former Australian captain Ponting expressed his opinion that he had to intervene in the ongoing dispute between former bowler Mitchell John and current performing batsman Warner.

The two-time World Cup captain said that a player wants to understand such issues in the media making shots at each other.

“I don’t need someone to fight between these two… I need a mediator and want to bring both of them into one house and talk in the media. Both are beautiful characters and we know that this problem. What has come up now goes back six or eight months, to the Ashes selection,” Ponting said.

“It all started. It kind of looks like one of them and the face-to-face conversation both went out.”

It should be noted that in 256 international matches, Australia’s lawyer Johnson questioned whether Warner was treated well by the selectors who were part of the ball-tampering scandal in 2018.

Mitchell Johnson wrote:

Johnson wrote, “It’s been five years and David Warner still doesn’t own up to the ball-tampering scandal. The way he’s going out now is because of the arrogance and disrespect of our country.”

As we prepare for Warner’s farewell, can someone say no to me?

Warner has averaged 26.74 with the ball in his last two matches and has been scrambling for big scores during the Ashes 2023. The left-handed batsman can manage just 285 runs at an average of 28.50 in 10 innings.

Johnson couldn’t understand why a player who was in any way troublesome in Test cricket announced his own retirement because of a hero.

“Why does an attack tester have to miss his retirement date? he added.

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