Spectator expelled from the ground after heated words with David Warner

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Spectator expelled from the ground after exchanging heated words with David Warner 

Spectator expelled from the ground after exchanging heated words with David Warner
David Warner was undone by paceman Kagiso Rabada. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

David Warner is again in the news this time he was involved in having a few words with the spectator. The incident took place on day two of the third Test between South Africa and Australia at the Cape Town on Friday.

The deputy of Steven Smith, Warner, was bowled by speedster Kagiso Rabada. Warner blasted 30 off 14 balls before witnessing stumps goes cartwheeling. He smashed five fours and a six.

As Warner started walking up the stairs which leads to the changeroom, the spectator was seen clapping.

David Warner, Cape Town, Spectator, Kagiso Rabada
David Warner got off to a blazing start. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

The latest video also revealed a security guard at Newlands Stadium tried to pacify the matter.

Moreover, the spectator also walked up the stairs on the other side of a fence while exchanged words with Warner.

The left-handed aggressive batsman Warner earlier seemed to have ignored the words. But as soon as the spectator came close, Warner turned back in anger.

The 31-year-old Warner also responded to the spectator in the heated of a moment.

However, it’s not conclusive in a video whether the fan has abused Warner or not.

Standing guard for the Australian players the security man also leapt over one of the fences of the Newlands. The security official is revealed to have been in serious conversation with the fan.

Fresh reports suggested Newlands management has shown the exit door to the fan to avoid any backlash.

The latest development revealed the spectators was expelled from the stadium while considering the safety of the players.

In the first Test, Warner had almost come to the blows with Quinton de Kock in Durban. It was revealed to the public when the CCTV footage of the change room was made available to the media.

Bold and brash, Warner always wore the heart on his sleeve which forced him to pay the price in between.

The four-match Test series is concurrently levelled at one each. While filing this report, Australia were 150 for five in 37.4 overs. They’re trailing by 161 runs, as the Proteas were dismissed on 311 in the first innings.

Here’s the video of the incident in which David Warner was involved:


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