Debate has erupted in footy circles given Stack and Betts high-fived and hugged after a overwhelming idea in a final term.
Hardwick certified he didn’t see a sell live as he was examination a diversion from a rotate dais though when told of a chaff he was understanding of a 19-year-old.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE SUPERFOOTY PODCAST
AFL DAILY: LATEST FOOTY NEWS IN ONE PLACE
INJURY: JENKINS HOPING FOR GOOD NEWS ON KNEE
BIG CROW: ALL HAIL NEW SUPERCOACH RUCK KING
“Good goals are good goals. We like to applaud don’t we,” he said.
A tongue-in-cheek Hardwick afterwards said: “They’re not throwing Sydney out of a track for that are they? For celebrating (with) a opposition. That’s allowed?
“Just in box a AFL doesn’t wish us congratulating a other players. Just saying, only be careful.
REPORT: INJURY-HIT CROWS SOAR INTO TOP FOUR
Melbourne champion Garry Lyon wasn’t a fan.
“I’m not condemning Sydney Stack, he’s a immature kid. Philosophically, we don’t like that and we don’t apologize for that,” he pronounced on SEN.
“It’s a good debate. It’s modern-day footy contra old-school thoughts.”
Moments before Stack distinguished a idea with Betts, a Crows star came out with his possess chaff towards a immature Tiger.
Betts forked during Stack and suggested post-game accurately what he said.
“Stack is a good immature actor though he keeps pulling you,” he pronounced on 3AW.
“Sydney kept observant all diversion ‘no special goals tonight brother’.
“When we got it we pronounced to him ‘told ya brother’.”