A followers asks Pat Cummins causes behind India’s win at Gabba; KKR pacer responds hilariously
The Aussies had misplaced the Brisbane Test by three wickets and conceded the four-match collection 1-2.
Pat Cummins turned the Player of the Series when India performed Australia within the four-match Test collection of the Border Gavaskar Trophy. The Aussies misplaced the collection 1-2, however Cummins went on to grow to be the main wicket-taker with 21 scalps. In the ultimate Test on the Gabba in Brisbane, the pacer picked up six wickets, however couldn’t save his group from a three-wicket defeat.
Rishabh Pant’s unbeaten 89 within the fourth innings meant that Australia have been defeated in one in all their most formidable venues. In the meantime, Cummins carried out a Question and Answer session on Instagram throughout his quarantine interval earlier than the IPL. One of the followers requested him about why the Aussies misplaced in Brisbane.
“Reason of loss at Gabba?” the fan wrote. Cummins replied with a pinch of humour and he additionally posted a tragic expression within the background. He replied and wrote, “India got more runs”.
Enjoyed enjoying beneath GG: Pat Cummins
Earlier, Cummins recalled the moments when he was part of the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) franchise again in 2014. In that season, the Knights got here out trumps after beating Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), now Punjab Kings (PBKS) within the remaining.
“Favourite moment was my first IPL in 2014 with Kolkata winning the title and then going to next day and see hundreds of thousands of fans on street going crazy,” Cummins was quoted as saying in a video.
He additionally lauded Gautam Gambhir as an aggressive skipper. “Enjoyed playing under GG (Gautam Gambhir) he was always really aggressive as a captain which I loved,” he acknowledged. Under Gambhir, the Knights additionally gained the IPL trophy again in 2012, beating Chennai Super Kings (CSK) within the remaining.
Cummins praised Mumbai Indians’ (MI) Jasprit Bumrah and in addition had phrases of reward for his KKR teammate, Kamlesh Nagarkoti. “I like watching Bumrah bowl and in KKR youngster Kamlesh Nagarkoti,” he added.
In the meantime, former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra reckoned that Cummins isn’t KKR’s gun demise bowler and his utility lies within the powerplay. As per the veteran, the Aussie paceman can be utilized to interrupt the ‘back of the opposition batting’.
“his job is to just make the new ball talk, take a couple of wickets at the top, and break the back of the opposition’s batting in the first six overs,” Chopra stated.