It has not taken long for an Australia player to tear into England for their negative and defensive tactics in the fifth and final Ashes Test match at The Oval.
But far from it coming from an established, experienced star in the tourists' line-up, the withering assessment has come from Australia's debutant - who has yet to even take a Test wicket.
It has not taken James Faulkner long at all to learn the old Australian tradition of 'sledging the Poms', and he made his first broadside really count.
Faulkner, the left-arm fast bowler who picked up his first Baggy Green cap in the fifth Test, even suggested that fans should have got refunds because of the way England have been playing.
"The way they batted yesterday, they chose to bat that way. If you're 3-0 up there's no reason why you shouldn't push and try to be 4-0 up," Faulkner said after the washed-out fourth day at The Oval.
"That's their choice ... I know the fans get a refund for their ticket today but maybe they should have for yesterday."
"It didn't surprise me. Any time they feel threatened they sort of go in their shell and play pretty defensive cricket. That didn't really surprise me at all," Faulkner said of England's approach.
"I think when they come to Australia it's going to be played on our terms and I think they'll be in for a hell of a challenge back home."
Even with Australia 3-0 down in the series and having now lost three successive Ashes series, it is clear that Faulkner is not prepared to give the hosts any credit easily.
Faulkner, who is a favourite of Shane Warne, the man who captained him at the Melbourne Stars, promoted him as a Test cricketer and presented him with his baggy green on the first morning at The Oval, is clearly attempting to follow in his mentor's footsteps when it comes to slamming England.
Warne earned a great deal of airtime and publicity when he hammered England for being "smug", "arrogant" and "dismissive" earlier in the series.
Australia coach Darren Lehmann also caused a great furore with his rant towards "blatant cheat" Stuart Broad, urging fans to "get stuck into him", hoping that the England bowler would "cries and goes home".
Expect more to come...