Post the ugly spat between Australia's vice-captain David Warner and South Africa's wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock, something interesting have come up now. Meanwhile, Warner has already received three demerit points and was fined 75% of his match fee - but avoided a one-Test ban which would have come with four points. On the other hand, de Kock was also fined by ICC but he has contested against the charge. After all this, Warner comes up with his side of the story with a new CCTV vision which gives another angle to this ugly row.
During the day 4 play of the first Test between South Africa and Australia at Kingsmead, Durban; a video leaked regarding an off-field heated argument between David Warner and Quinton de Kock. Warner was fully pumped up throughout the day and was responsible for AB de Villiers' run out. After running out de Villiers, Warner even gave a fiery reaction and exchanged words with Aiden Markram on several occasions. However, it was de Kock who was standing till the end of day and the only hurdle for Australia's victory.
However, at tea, de Kock and Warner were seen involved in a heated argument as players headed to their dressing rooms.
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