‘Nothing happened’: David Warner and Michael Slater deny late night brawl in Maldives

‘Nothing occurred’: David Warner and Michael Slater deny late night time brawl in Maldives

Male (Maldives): Star opener David Warner and cricketer-turned-commentator Michael Slater have denied reviews of their involvement in a drunken bar brawl in Male, the place Australian cricketers competing within the now-suspended IPL are ready to board a flight house in just a few days’ time.

In response to the Each day Telegraph, Warner and Slater received right into a late night time bodily altercation after a heated argument on the Taj Coral Resort the place they’re in quarantine.

However Warner, who captained Sunrisers Hyderabad earlier than being changed by Kane Williamson simply earlier than the suspension of IPL as a consequence of a number of COVID-19 instances contained in the bio-bubble, and Slater, additionally a former Australia opener, mentioned “nothing occurred”.

“There may be completely nothing to the hearsay mill Buzz. Davie and I are nice mates and completely zero likelihood of (having) a struggle,” Slater was quoted saying by foxsports.com.au.

File image of SRH captain David Warner. Sportzpics

File picture of David Warner. Sportzpics

Warner additionally mentioned: “There was no drama. I do not know the place you get this stuff from. Except you had been right here and have gotten concrete proof you’ll be able to’t write something.

“Nothing occurred.”

Warner and Slater are in a gaggle of 39 Australians, comprising gamers, coaches and help workers, to have flown to the Maldives on Thursday on a constitution flight organised and paid for by the BCCI.

Slater, who was commentating within the IPL, had left for Maldives sooner than the opposite Australians awaiting clearance to return house on the finish of a journey ban Down Underneath on arrivals from India.

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Slater had made headlines after he lambasted threats of jail time and fines for returning Australians put in place by his authorities as a “shame” and mentioned Prime Minister Scott Morrison had “blood” on his palms.

Morrison had described Slater’s feedback as “absurd”.

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