Quinton de Kock and David Warner have been charged in connection with the stairwell stoush that has turned the Test series between South Africa and Australia into an episode straight out of the tawdry world of professional wrestling.
Australia coach Darren Lehmann threw his support behind Warner on Tuesday, declaring he will continue as vice-captain.
Du Plessis says that both parties got a little personal with each other and that the situation should not have spilt over off the field of play.
"Those sorts of things are not on from both sides", Smith said at his post-match press conference.
David Warner remains Australia vice-captain after Quinton de Kock spat
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"Why do you need to present that somewhat ugly look if you're playing such good cricket? As long as it doesn't get personal, that's probably the key". We want to play a way that gets us success and for us we've just got to make sure we don't cross the line, that's the key.
Lehmann said the incident had detracted from what he described as "a great game of cricket", which Australia won by 118 runs.
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According to media reports, the incident has been handed in the hands of on-field umpires and match referee.
Warner will face a level 2 charge while the South African wicket-keeper faces a level 1 charge.
The South African team allege Warner referenced de Kock's sister and mother during a heated exchange on the field.
Taking on to twitter, Warne wrote, "Chat, banter, sledging has always been a part of any series between SA & Oz".
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"I don't know how their team manager [Mohammed Moosajee, who made the claims] can hear from where he's sitting. Have a beer together afterwards & get on with it - stop the whinging!"
Former England test captain Michael Vaughan, however, suggested Warner's rumoured track-record of aggressive sledging means there is no defence for his reaction to de Kock's reported taunt about his wife.
It is alleged that De Kock made utterances about Warner's spouse, Candice, which prompted an emotional response by Warner as the players made their way into their respective changing rooms.
Smith said after the game he is not aware of the Australian team crossing the line with any personal sledges during the spiteful fourth day. "It's unnecessary to take it to places that it sometimes went", cricket.com.au quoted Smith as saying.
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