Steve Smith and other Australian players were intensely scrutinized via web-based networking media for how they celebrated after they won the fourth Ashes Test in Manchester on Sunday. Steve Smith, Australia's top run-getter in the arrangement, drew most extreme fire as the English fans blamed him for ridiculing England spinner Jack Leach. Australia lead trainer Justin Langer, in any matter, has turned out with regards to his players and furthermore explained that Steve Smith was mirroring Chris Rogers, he last played for Australia in 2015 and, similar to Leach, wears glasses when he bats.
"I was there, I know the reality, they were discussing Chris Rogers who was four years prior," Langer told columnists on Tuesday.
"Chris Rogers is an extraordinary mate of the squad, that is the thing that it was about. Individuals can make of it what they like. We can't do anything about what individuals think about it.
"Experience discloses to me when you're doing admirably individuals attempt and pick openings in you. That is OK, such is the reality.
"Everybody in this room, the world over, has seen the incredible soul the World Cup and this arrangement is played in. Individuals can make of it what they like yet that is the reality."
The triumph gave Australia a 2-1 lead with only one match to play and they denoted the event with a rowdy on-field party.
At one phase, Australia's star batsman Steve Smith was seen wearing and scouring a couple of glasses before shadow batting left-submitted the center of a group cluster.
As an individual from one of Australia's most noteworthy Test groups during the 1990s and 2000s, Langer experienced numerous triumph gatherings and he kidded the present age's festival was not particularly amazing.
"That festival was two out of 10 to a portion of the ones I have seen in the light of the fact that we realized we needed to play three days after the fact," he said.
"There is a positive sentiment in the gathering. They know there is as yet incomplete business and we are anticipating this last Test coordinate."
"Counterfeit news, as Donald Trump says," said Bayliss. "Nobody has referenced it or spoken about it. It's everything talks from you all (the media)."
"He lacks runs he'd like right now yet I'm anticipating it when he does. There's no safer place on the planet to bat than the Oval. Anticipating seeing him go well this week," Langer said.