Posts Tagged "Pat Cummins"

“I couldn’t have asked for much more,” Patrick Cummins said upon receiving the man of the match award for the final Ashes Test. The interviewer could have easily responded with, “You couldn’t have given much more”.

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After waiting six long years to run out for his maiden Sydney Test, Pat Cummins made the most of his homecoming on Thursday.

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With Mitchell Starc to miss at least the MCG Ashes Test with a bruised heel, Australian captain Steve Smith has the golden opportunity to lift the richly talented Pat Cummins up the bowling and batting orders.

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Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins should both get a rest during the remaining two Ashes Tests.

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The quality of the bowling attack, Steve Smith’s batting, the performance of the players brought into the team, and the wagging of the Australian tail are all valid reasons why the Australians have won the Ashes.

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Pat Cummins has given short shrift to the debate about Australia’s short-pitched salvo, arguing he’s copped 50 bouncers alone during the Ashes.

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Perhaps it’s the forgiving spirit of Christmas, but there’s still no outrage about the Pat Cummins first-ball bouncer that greeted and felled Jimmy Anderson in the Perth Ashes Test.

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After six years of failed relaunches, Australians have finally fallen in love with the iPat 6.

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With the Ashes looming, there has been much discussion about Australia’s ‘big four’ fast bowlers: Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, James Pattinson, and Mitchell Starc.

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Australia’s fearsome bowling attack last night sent a loud message to England ahead of the Ashes rivals’ blockbuster Champions Trophy match on Saturday.

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Directly shared with almost 700 thousand followers, Australia’s two premier fast bowlers, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins, have taken to social media to express their sentiments on the current impasse regarding the proposed pay deal.

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In Pat Cummins, Australia have one of the rarest of cricketing commodities: a dynamic strike bowler who is also frugal.

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And that’s all she wrote, folks. A series that was never meant to be even close ended up being a thriller, but with Australia’s eight-wicket loss in the fourth and final Test in Dharamsala, the Border-Gavaskar Trophy is headed back to India.

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Glenn Maxwell came of age as a Test cricketer at Ranchi. He faced 185 deliveries in compiling 104, his maiden Test century.

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The ‘old’ Australia would today be nursing their wounds after a routine capitulation under pressure in the third Test against India. But that flighty Australian team has not been sighted since the debacle at Hobart in November.

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With the four-Test series between India and Australia locked at one game apiece, and with India holding all the precious momentum, according to Newton’s Third Law of Second Test Fightbacks, Australia had only one sensible option to keep themselves in the series.

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Australia will go into the series deciding fourth and final Test on a huge high after Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh had played the innings of their lives yesterday at Ranchi.

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On a day when Indians Cheteshwar Pujara and Wriddhiman Saha sought to slowly bat Australia into the dirt, the visiting bowlers showed fantastic resilience, refusing to wilt on day four of the third Test in Ranchi.

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Clever tactics and some dynamic pace bowling from Pat Cummins helped Australia keep India at bay on day three of the third Test yesterday.

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Nobody gave Australia the ghost of a chance to beat India in India, but it’s now a reality thanks to Steve Smith.

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