Shane Warne has been having goes at Marlon Samuels from the commentary box throughout the World T20 after their spat during the Big Bash League in 2013. 

Apparently, Samuels had grabbed David Hussey when Warne’s team Melbourne Stars were batting and the Aussie legspinner decided to rile up the West Indian by saying ‘come on Marlon, you want to grab some more people?’ when it was his turn to bowl.

Warne then threw a ball straight at Samuels from close range, which forced the Melbourne Renegades star to fling his bat towards him. That fight has not been buried yet.

Samuels, who played a match-winning 85 off 66 balls, had the last laugh after leading the Windies to a second World T20 title. And this is what he had to say to Warne at the post-match presentation as held up the trophy:

“This is for Shane Warne.”

But that’s not the real burn. That came later, in the press conference. Samuels didn’t mince his words, at all.

“Every team I play for, Shane Warne has a problem with me. I don’t know what, I’ve never disrespected him, it seems he has a lot inside him that he needs to come out with. I don’t appreciate the way that he continues to talk about me, and the things he keeps doing. I don’t know, maybe it is because my face is real and his face is not.”

Let’s narrow it down for you…

“I don’t know, maybe it is because my face is real and his face is not.”

You can hear him say it in this video

Feature image source: Reuters