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Cricket News: Star Australian opener David Warner felt "bizzare" playing in front of empty stands during the first T20 International here but he is not complaining Cricket News: Star Australian opener David Warner felt "bizzare" playing in front of empty stands during the first T20 International here but he is not complaining

'Quite nice not to be abused,' says David Warner | Cricket News - Times of India

Eoin Morgan hailed Jofra Archer as a talented fast bowler, and feels he will be crucial for England, when they face Australia.Eoin Morgan hailed Jofra Archer as a talented fast bowler, and feels he will be crucial for England, when they face Australia.

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The cricket world made a statement as players of West Indies and England took a knee during the three-match Test series whereas players from South Africa did the same during the 3TC Solidarity Cup in support for the Black Lives Matter movement. However, players will not take a knee during the limited-overs series between England and Australia starting Friday, September 4. The cricket world made a statement as players of West Indies and England took a knee during the three-match Test series whereas players from South Africa did the same during the 3TC Solidarity Cup in support for the Black Lives Matter movement. However, players will not take a knee during the limited-overs series between England and Australia starting Friday, September 4. 

No Black Lives Matter protest during England vs Australia series: Aaron Finch, Sports News | wionews.com

Star Australian opener David Warner felt "bizzare" playing in front of empty stands during the first T20 International here but he is not complaining as it was the first time he was not "abused" by hostile English crowd. Warner was at the receiving end of repeated crowd jeering during the World Cup in England last year following his role in the infamous ball-tampering scandal in South Africa. Star Australian opener David Warner felt "bizzare" playing in front of empty stands during the first T20 International here but he is not complaining as it was the first time he was not "abused" by hostile English crowd. Warner was at the receiving end of repeated crowd jeering during the World Cup in England last year following his role in the infamous ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.

England vs Australia: First Time I Have Not Been Abused by English Crowd, It's Nice, Says Warner