Australian coach Justin Langer has requested fans to show Steve Smith and David Warner respect and not boo them during the World Cup.Langer, a former opener, said they have already paid a big price for their mistake."You (the media) talk about earning respect, and I think it's really important that people show respect as well," Langer said ahead of five-time winners Australia's World Cup opener against Afghanistan on Saturday, 1 June.The pair, who both recently completed one-year bans for ball-tampering, were given a hostile reception by the crowd at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton during Australia's warm-up victory over England.“They made a mistake and paid a big price for it. After the experience of Hampshire, we have a pretty good idea what to expect. We’ve talked about it a lot and we can put strategies in place.”Justin Holder, Coach, Australian Cricket team"That said, when it happens it doesn't make it any easier. They are human beings, that's the truth – and that's what I find the hardest” Langer added."I'd be disappointed by any player being booed at any cricket ground, regardless of what country they play for. It's never a good look when that happens” concluded Langer. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.