David Warner speaks out amidst Mitchell Johnson’s criticism, supported by Pat Cummins. Australian opener David Warner, amidst heavy criticism from former teammate Mitch Johnson ahead of his final Test cricket summer, affirmed that a cricketing season in Australia wouldn’t be complete without headlines. Despite the backlash, Warner stood firm, supported by his wife Candice and children at the launch of Fox Sports and Kayo Sports Summer of Cricket in Parramatta. He expressed familiarity with criticism throughout his career.
David Warner speaks out amidst Mitchell Johnson’s criticism, supported by Pat Cummins
Expected to feature in his last red-ball series against Pakistan, Warner aims for a solid performance, potentially culminating in a farewell at the SCG during the third Test. The series commences in Perth next Thursday. Responding to Mitchell Johnson’s sharp critique, current Test team member Cummins disclosed their support for Warner. While disagreeing with Johnson’s assessment, Cummins defended Johnson’s right to voice opinions. He also referenced past challenges, including the tumultuous “sandpapergate” incident in South Africa, highlighting the team’s resilience in facing criticism.