Stuart Broad reveals Darren Lehmann apology

England's Stuart Broad celebrates taking another wicket during the fourth Ashes Test with Australia on August 12, 2013
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England bowler Stuart Broad reveals that he has accepted an apology from Darren Lehmann after the Australia coach called him a "cheat" in a recent interview.

England bowler Stuart Broad has revealed that he has accepted an apology from Darren Lehmann after the Australia coach branded him a "cheat" in a radio interview.

Lehmann criticised Broad for failing to walk after being caught out during the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge before encouraging Australian fans to make him "cry" during the upcoming series Down Under.

Broad tweeted: "Spoke to Darren Lehmann last night. He apologised for his comments, I accepted it. He said they were made in Jest for banter. Done."

This summer's Ashes series concluded on Sunday with a thrilling draw between the sides at The Oval as England ran out 3-0 winners overall.

Australia coach Darren Lehmann oversees an official team training session ahead of the fourth Ashes cricket Test match between England and Australia at the Riverside stadium in Chester-le-Street, north-east England on August 8, 2013
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