David Warner and Michael Slater deny scuffle in Maldives report

Sunrisers Hyderabad Warner and former Cricketer turned commentator Slaters are current in die Maldives along with the rest of the Australian contingent IPL 2021, who are expected to fly back home if die travel pause ends.

According to the Daily Telegraph, Warner and Slater fell after a heated argument at the Taj Coral Resort, in where you are in a nightly argument in Quarantine.

But Warner, who Captain Sunrisers Hyderabad before being replaced by Kane Willaimson just before suspension of IPL due to multiple COVID-19 cases within the bio-bubble and slater, also a former Australia opener said “nothing happened”.

The former Australian opener Slater is said to have sent a text to senior Journalist Phil Rothfield denied the rumor.

“There is absolutely nothing in the rumor mill buzz. Davie and I are great Pals and absolutely zero chance of (a … have fight”foxsports.com.au quoted Slater as saying in a text message.

Warner also denied the rumor: “There has been no drama.”

“Not me know Where do you get these things from If you haven’t been here and you have concrete evidence, you can’t write anything. Nothing happened, “said Warner added.

Warner and Slater are in a group of 39 Australians, consisting of players, Coach and support Employees die Maldives to have flown on Thursday (May 6th) on organized and paid for a charter flight for from the BCCI.

Roofer, who commented in the IPL had left for Maldives earlier than die other Australians, die on die Wait for approval to return home At the end of a travel ban Down Under on Arrivals from India May 15th.

Slater had made Headlines after condemning threats of jail Time and fines for returning Australians in place of his government as “shame” and said Prime Minister Scott Morrison had “blood” on His hands.

Morrison had described Slater’s comments as “absurd”.

(With inputs from the agency)

Read More: Cricket News


Leave a Reply