England have determined to give opener Rory Burns a reprimand for a tweet, which he had posted after their defeat within the third Test towards India in Ahmedabad.
According to ESPNcricinfo, the group administration of the visiting facet in India have spoken with the 30-year-old batsman.
Earlier, Burns had hit again at England Women spinner Alex Hartley on Twitter after the latter had taken a dig on the nationwide males’s group for getting over with the Motera Test inside two days.
“Nice of the England boys to get this test match finished just before England Women play tonight,” Hartley had written on Twitter with 4 clapping emojis. She had additionally marketed that the ladies’s facet have been making ready for his or her second ODI towards New Zealand in the identical publish.
Not taking kindly to her remarks, Burns had posted, “Very disappointing attitude considering all the boys do to support the Women’s game.” The tweet was subsequently deleted.
Pray, do inform. pic.twitter.com/bRY6fJbsAb
— Isabelle Westbury (@izzywestbury) February 25, 2021
Following the furore, Hartley had replied to him, saying, “Think it’s been taken the wrong way/out of context. No offence was meant. We are all test match fans.”
Think it’s been taken the flawed means/out of context. No offence was meant. We are all take a look at match followers pic.twitter.com/NIJU8QM2Xi
— Alexandra Hartley (@AlexHartley93) February 25, 2021
Talking concerning the incident, England head coach Chris Silverwood mentioned on Friday, “It’s not for me to judge on that one. That will be dealt with back in England. I don’t worry about things like that. I’ve got more on my plate this end.”
“That’s what I’ll be encouraging the boys to do as well: keep their head in what’s happening here.”
Burns, who was changed by Zak Crawley within the Motera Test, has scored simply 58 runs throughout 4 innings within the opening two Tests towards India.
England will tackle India within the remaining Test of the sequence, starting on March 4.