Police force drunk England, Oz players to pack up
The Morning Standard|January 19, 2022
THE England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has launched an investigation into a late night drinking session involving captain Joe Root after police were called to break up the post Ashes party at the team hotel here in Hobart, Tasmania.

England pacer James Anderson and three Australian players Alex Carey, Travis Head and Nathan Lyon were also seen in a video as they got together to mark the end of the Ashes at the tourists’ Hobart hotel, according to reports.

The ECB on Tuesday said it was investigating the incident.

“During the early hours of Monday morning, members of the England and Australia men’s teams shared a drink in the team areas of the hotel in Hobart,” the ECB said.

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