Steve Smith and David Warner can't be defended but it's hard not to feel for them... even Darren Lehmann
First of all you have to say that everyone in cricket has watched the events unfolding around the Australian team with amazement. There has been so much coverage on it and so many different opinions. And from my point of view there’s no way you can defend the ball-tampering incident that led to the three players being sent home from South Africa or have any sympathy over it.
But what I will say is that I have sympathy for those guys as human beings because you see TV pictures of Steve Smith walking through the airport at Johannesburg and then pictures of David Warner arriving back in Sydney... read more
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