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Watch: David Warner engages in a heated argument with Aleem Dar


Australian left-handed opening batsman David Warner involved in a heated argument with the on-field umpire Aleem Dar, after being handed five run penalty from the umpire.

Warner argues with Aleem Dar

Australia whitewashed New Zealand in the three-match home Test series by beating the visitors in the third Test by 279 runs. With this win Australia ensured a strong second position in the ICC Test Championship.

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For Australia David Warner scored an outstanding ton in the second innings, scoring an unbeaten 111 runs of 159 runs. Apart from the memorable ton, Warnee involved in a heated argument with the on-field umpire Aleem Dar.

The incident happened in the second innings after the ton of David Warner. Umpire Aleem Dar handed over five run penalty to Australian team as the on-field batsmen David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne ran through the danger zone in the pitch.

Warner was fused with that an argued with the umpire. According to cricket.com.au, Warner even asked the other on-field umpire, Marias Erasmus, “What do you want me to do, play the shot and jump this way?”. Even Brett Lee who was on the commentary box also disappointed with the decision from Aleem Dar.

 

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