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Warner lets bat do the talking after DeKock spat

PORT ELIZABETH: Australian opening batsman David Warner let his bat do the talking after a week of controversy when he made an unbeaten half-century on the first morning of the second Test against South Africa on Friday. Australia were 98 for one at lunch after winning the toss and batting in overcast conditions at St George's Park. Warner, with 50 not out, and Cameron Bancroft (38) battled through a difficult first hour to give Australia a solid start before Bancroft was caught behind off Vernon Philander from what…