The incident sparked a severe reaction in the Fox Sports comment field, with former Australian spinner Shane Warne suggesting the camera go to a “naughty corner” before wondering how Broad could be distracted by a camera installed about 100 meters from the city , where he was. standing.
In the context of England’s suffering in Australia this winter, this was an insignificant incident, although he reiterated how controversies – even in their mildest forms – usually accompany Broad on Ashes tours.
The fast bowler is still doomed in the country for refusing to walk the test on the Trent Bridge in 2013, but he was one of the most dangerous English bowlers on this tour. In the morning, with the dismissal of Nathan Lyon, he increased the number of gates to 10, although the day gradually deteriorated when he was at the end when England suffered another blow.
The 35-year-old Broad hinted he was considering his test career after being dropped from a test in Melbourne. but it has been more positive in recent days, indicating that he wants to be part of an English tour of the West Indies in March.