Australia coach Justin Langer has safeguarded his players’ riotous festivals in the wake of holding the Ashes following cases they taunted England turn bowler Jack Leach.
Langer’s side secured a sensational fourth Test prevail upon England in the most recent hour of Sunday’s last session at Old Trafford.
The triumph gave Australia a 2-1 lead with only one match to play and they denoted the event with a rowdy on-field party.
At one phase, Australia’s star batsman Steve Smith was seen wearing and scouring a couple of glasses before shadow batting left-turned in a group cluster.
A few fans and intellectuals reached the resolution that Smith was cruelly caricaturing the glasses-wearing Leach.
Filter had helped England colleague Ben Stokes grab a noteworthy success in the third Test with a 76-run whole organization, during which the spinner scored only one run.
Be that as it may, Justin Langer is unyielding Smith was emulating Chris Rogers, who last played for Australia in 2015 and, similar to Leach, wears glasses when he bats.
“Experience reveals to me that when you’re progressing admirably, individuals will attempt to pick gaps in you,” Justin Langer told columnists on Tuesday.
“I know reality. Chris Rogers is an extraordinary mate of the squad, that is all it’s about. Individuals can make up what they like about it, yet that is reality.”
Britain mentor Trevor Bayliss additionally played down the discussion.
“Counterfeit news, as Donald Trump says,” said Bayliss. “Nobody has referenced it or spoken about it. It’s everything talk from you all (the media).”
Australia can secure their first Test arrangement win in England since 2001 in the event that they stay away from annihilation in the last coordinate, which starts at the Oval on Thursday.