David Warner rubs it in after Australia win second Ashes Test against England as he goads Piers Morgan and celebrates with former bowling coach to Stuart Broad and James Anderson
- Australia secured victory over England on the final day of the second Ashes Test?
- David Warner was in bullish mood after the win and took to social media to gloat?
- He messaged Piers Morgan about and posed with a former England coach?
- Hosts are 2-0 up and Perth is next, where they've not lost to England since 1978
The vice-captain had seen his side weather the fightback from Joe Root's side to complete a resounding 120-run victory and he was quick to deliver news of the result to acquaintances on the other side of the world.
Piers Morgan was the first in the line of fire, as the MailOnline columnist received a direct message from the Aussie, pictured alongside his captain Steven Smith, asking the presenter how he was coping with the result.
David Warner and Steve Smith pose as they send a snap to cricket fan Piers Morgan
Morgan saw the funny side of it and shared the picture, as well as a reluctant congratulations
Seeing the funny side, Morgan shared the post with his followers, reluctantly offering his congratulations, before conjuring thoughts of Glenn McGrath in the hope of another freak accident and a minor miracle in Perth.
Warner also sought to wind up the England players some more too, posting on Instagram a picture of himself with fast-bowling coach David Saker.
Saker used to hold the role for England, and had the likes of Stuart Broad and Jimmy Anderson under his tutelage, until he switched allegiances.
The Australian also posed with fast bowling coach, and former England coach, David Saker
And Warner was only too happy to point out the advantage the Aussies had gained from their coaching recruitment, posting the message: 'What a legend this bloke is,' beside their snap.?
Warner completed his round of social media bragging with a solitary tweet of one line, stating: 'What a win. Bring on Perth. You beauty.'?
Warner has every reason to be in bullish mood after Australia took a 2-0 lead in the series.
The third Test is in Perth, where Australia have not lost to England since 1978. ?
Warner tweeted: ' Bring on Perth,' where Australia have not lost to England since 1978
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