Southampton : England pacer James Anderson was involved in another confrontation with an Indian batsman just three days before the hearing for his part in a spat with Ravindra Jadeja during the first Test at Trent Bridge

According to the telegraph, Anderson was caught on television aiming an insult at India batsman Ajinkya Rahane.

Anderson made the comment after bowling the final ball of the day and taking his cap from the umpire. He then turned to Rahane and uttered his remark.

Rahane reacted to Anderson’s comment, leading the umpire, Australian Rod Tucker, to tell both players to calm down. Rahane was then ushered away by batting partner Rohit Sharma.

“That is pretty average from Anderson after bowling so well,” said Rahul Dravid on BBC’s Test Match Special.

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