Warner advises Broad to 'laugh off' Oz abuse and 'stop sulking' in Ashes

London, Nov 20 (ANI): Australian batsman David Warner has advised England bowler Stuart Broad to 'stop sulking' and laugh off the abuse from the Australian fans during the winter Ashes, starting on November 21 at the Gabba in Brisbane.

Warner took the brunt of the crowd's abuse during the Ashes in England and Broad looks set to get the same in the return.

However, the Mirror reports that after Broad got drawn into a Twitter spat with a journalist over the ejection of two fans in Sydney, Warner believes that Broad would do better to laugh it all off.

Warner further said that Broad is already complaining and having a 'sook' (Australian for 'sulk'), adding that he better laugh it off and enjoy it as he will be getting a lot of abuse this winter.

Warner also said that if a player takes the verbal sledging positively, the crowd gets behind him, adding that this is what happened to him in England. (ANI)


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