England captain Alastair Cook branded Australian batsman David Warner "disrespectful" after a tempestuous finale to a hopelessly one-sided first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Warner described under-pressure England's batsman Jonathan Trott as "weak", which infuriated Cook with a debate about 'respect' ensuing after the final ball of the match.
"The way that Trotty got out today was pretty poor and weak. Obviously there's a weakness there and we're on top of it at the moment," Warner told reporters after day three.
"He's probably worked hard in the nets on the short ball, but trying to face 150 kphRead More »from ‘Get ready for a broken f****** arm’: How the Ashes turned nasty