We don't hear a tenth of what gets said on the field. Mike Haysman said
in one of his recent articles that, as a commentator, he gets to hear
the comments via the stump mike - and it doesn't appeal to him at all.
The players still work on the understanding that most of what they say
on the field stays there, the public never get to hear it.
that said, it's still odd that Ryano thinks comments shouldn't be made
off the field. What about Warner saying that Trott "looked weak" during
the Ashes, Broad saying that England "felt like silent assassins" after
the first day at the Gabba, Warner saying that Vern was dropped in
Adelaide last year, not injured. And Warner (again) implying that AB was
roughing up the ball with his gloves to aid reverse swing in PE.
Aussies certainly aren't shy to continue comments to the media once
they've left the field, they can't complain if Virat does the same now.