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Was confident Boland would do a great job: Cummins

Was confident Boland would do a great job: Cummins

CRICDOT DESK :Australian captain Pat Cummins praises his debut Scott Borland, who scored 67 points in two innings, winning Australia’s sensational innings and 14 runs in the third ash test in Melbourne on Tuesday. Did. An incredible morning, Britain started the day on April 31st and collapsed at 68:00 when Australia sealed the ashes at 30:00.

“It was pretty crazy … it’s been a great two weeks and I’m very proud of the group. Everything was clicked,” Cummins, who took over from Tim Pain before the series, said in a post-match presentation. rice field. When Australia finished the match before lunch on the third day, the English racket fell apart in front of the home spectators, despite performing 82 runs in the first inning. Cummins expressed distrust about how the morning went.

“I was really convinced that Scott (Borland) would do a great job. Probably not 6 to 7! Any ash streaks are when you try to shape your test career,” he said fastest. Said about Borland who shared 5 tickets for 19 ball test history.

Australia won the lowest 267 wins in 21st century men’s test innings after Marcus Harris hit a gritty 76 in response to England’s first total of 185 innings. Cummins believed that winning the series would solidify his team’s identity.

“I think we didn’t get tired. Bowlers owned this good territory. Some big partnerships got the right to a long bat. They were really brave and participated in the game. “He said.

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“The last series was 40, one before that 50, so it’s a chance to integrate our identities.”
England captain Joe Root was measured in his reaction after the big defeat.  “We’ve been playing these times for a while, all you can do is try to play head-on. Thanks to Australia for blowing us away,” Root said. rice field. Route
believed that Covid19 made things difficult for him as Covid19 faced several obstacles due to various government regulations and a series of positive cases within the delegation during the tour. rice field.

“There’s a lot to do. [Covid] It’s not ideal. I thought the way cricketing in the field was great,” he said.
The British captain felt that his team wasn’t maximizing their chances in the game.

“We put pressure on them, they were friendly and very strong. We had to make them a little longer, we were small pockets, but not close enough. Areas we need to improve. I know, “said Root.

“To rob something from the tour, we need to stay strong and watch the next two games.”
Enjoy instead of guessing

“I think I’ll enjoy the victory today and continue the ashes,” said Cummins when asked about Langer’s future.
“I don’t think today is the day to guess about it. We all sit down after this series or when his term expires. His contract was extended in a few months and we I’ll deal with that. “”

Ecstatic Tollwan wasn’t binding on his contract extension either. “We’ll handle it later,” Langer told Fox Sports.

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