The fifth and final Test begins on August 20 at The Oval. Photo--David Warner Instagram
The fifth and final Test begins on August 20 at The Oval. Photo–David Warner Instagram

David Warner and Peter Siddle are taking time off from cricket after the difficult three days at Trent Bridge after Australia had to let go of the Urn with a loss in the fourth Ashes Test against England. The opener who is quite active on the social media posted a picture which had both the cricketers with a friend and Warner’s daughter Ivy Mae at one of the beaches in England. The cricketer captioned the beautiful picture as, “Yes we did it!!! We finally won a Minion or three haha. Ivy Mae was a little scared at first but now she is cuddling it to sleep. @petersiddle403 was so stoked he won one, but I was surprised he never chose the banana minion!!” READ: Michael Clarke rubbishes rumours about off-field friction in Australian team

Day-1 of the fourth Test at Trent Bridge was a forgettable day for the visitors as Stuart Broad and Co had bundled out the Australians for a poor total of 60, with the extra runs being more than the runs scored by any Aussie batsman (14). The result inside three days had a tough repercussion in the form of Australia skipper Michael Clarke’s retirement announcement. The New South Wales cricketer, who has been out of form for a long time now, believes it is time for him to move on and hand the responsibility of the team to the next captain. The fifth and final Test begins on August 20 at The Oval. READ: Adil Rashid likely to make Test debut for England at 5th Ashes 2015 Test