Stuart Broad got into David Warner’s head during Ashes, says Australia coach Justin Langer

Australia coach Justin Langer claims David Warner let England bowler Stuart Broad into“enter his head“, but added that he plans to continue together with him in the Test team for??the summertime.
Warner endured a miserable runs of scores in England, finishing with the unwanted listing of this record runs produced by a Test opener along a series, tallying just 95 within his 10 innings – .
Langer has backed Warner to bounce back, though has suggested his own battles influenced him against Broad, who made him out seven days out of 10 from the series.
„I have learned during an extended time you never write off winner players, it does not matter what sport, you can’t write off winner players,“ said Langer, whose staff retained the Ashes with a 2-2 series draw.
„They tend to come good, don’t they? So he has had a tough series, no doubt about this, but he is also a champion player, therefore typically that they get a bit more time to come good.
„He had this particular series, it didn’t go to plan, however he has noticed how successful he’s been and the effect he could have on Australian cricket teams winning, so I’m confident he will come good.
„Really, I’m hopeful he comes good. Speaking honestly, I thought he allow I think he thought way too much about it and Broad enter his head.
„I used to have it from Murali [Muttiah Muralitharan] and that I couldn’t fix the issue, and it is so hard once you’re attempting to problem-solve and then you’re in the middle of a significant series seeking to fix the mystery.
„In this instance I do not think David solved the puzzle, and he’ll be the first to admit that.
„He will probably be very relieved when he has to the trip home knowing he doesn’t have to confront Broad for some time, I reckon.“
Meanwhile, Langer added he was amenable to the idea of England coach Trevor Bayliss performing a future role for Australia.
Bayliss has expressed interest in working for his native state in some capacity following the end of his reign with England which ended with a triumph at The Oval to deny Australia a playoff series triumph in England in 18 years.
„Bayliss, from a personal perspective and as a mentor, so I am sure I can learn a great deal from TB, whether he is available to it,“ said Langer.
„He’s a veteran campaigner, he’s an Australian. I know he’s done a fantastic job for England but now I understand he loves Australia too, so who knows what could occur.“

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