Shocking statement from Pat Cummins, he said this in relation to captaincy responsibilities

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The Australian team is currently touring New Zealand where they performed brilliantly in the three-match T20 series, registering a clean sweep. Now they have to play the first match of the 2-match Test series against the host team from February 29. Meanwhile, Kangaroo team’s Test and ODI captain Pat Cummins made a shocking statement on captaincy’s responsibility during the press conference, saying that he is unlikely to carry out the responsibility for a long time.

I doubt I’ll be captain for long

Pat Cummins said in the press conference before the start of the Test series against New Zealand that if I say correctly, I want to play for 35 to 37 years, but I can’t say anything about whether I will be captain of the team by then. . If I manage to play Test cricket for the next 7-8 years and also be captain there, then that will be the most surprising thing for me. We can tell you that Cummins has managed to retain the Ashes both at home and in England since taking over as captain of the Australian team. Furthermore, the Kangaroo team captained by Cummins has also won the 2023 ODI World Cup trophy in addition to the second edition of the World Test Championship.

Marsh and Wade handled it much better

Australia has all but handed over the big responsibility of captaincy in the T20 format to Mitchell Marsh ahead of the upcoming World Cup. In this regard, Cummins said that I enjoyed playing under the leadership of Marsh and Wade. On the field, I just focused on my bowling, that too in a format that I haven’t played much and in such a situation, it’s the best thing for you. Wade and Marsh are both fantastic and I’m always there to help them if they need advice.

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