David Warner and Joe Root appeared to have put their differences aside when the duo posed for a picture together in a light-hearted moment following the end of the fifth and final Ashes 2015 Test at The Oval on Sunday. Warner and Root have known to be at loggerheads with each other ever since indulging in a bar fight in Birmingham, in which the Australian vice-captain-elect punched Root in a brawl, following the conclusion of the match between England and Australia in the Champions Trophy that year. Issues between the two resurfaced at the start of the Ashes this year. READ: David Warner looks back at his infamous ‘punch’




Root posted the image of him along with Warner on his official Twitter account. “Very good of the Aussie lads to come across for a drink and enjoy whats been a great series #rumbleintheashes ,” Root wrote in the post.

Australia managed to record a consolation victory in the fifth and final Test, inflicting an innings and 46-run win to end the series on a 2-3 losing note. The match was an emotional one for the visitors, with skipper Michael Clarke and Chris Rogers being given a guard of honour due to them retiring from international cricket with immediate effect after the Test. The series defeat however, also meant that Clarke became one of the rare Australians to have been part of four failed Ashes campaigns in England. READ: Australia give fitting farewell to Michael Clarke, Chris Rogers