T20 World Cup: Pat Cummins revealed the secret of his success, said: T20 World Cup was my main goal

Australian pacemaker Pat Cummins said on Friday that the hard work done on T20 bowling over the past four to five months is paying off at the current T20 World Cup, which has been one of his main goals for some time. Cummins, 28, did not play in the second half of IPL 2021 due to the birth of his first child. He did not get any wickets in warm-up matches prior to the T20 World Cup, but has taken three wickets in two Super 12 matches.

The world’s number one test bowler expressed his relief that the hard work done in recent months is paying off. He said, “It’s absolutely a relief. For the past four or five months, I’ve been working hard to focus on this. I’ve worked really hard at T20 bowling.”

Before the England game, Cummins said: “Last year the situation was also similar. When after the big break we played T20 and ODI matches in England. This time I knew what to do before coming here. I am happy with my bowling.” . “

The Ashes series will be played between Australia and England after the World Cup and five members of the England T20 team are also part of the Ashes team. Cummins said: “We play a lot against England and our style is pretty much the same too. They’ve been fantastic at limited overs cricket in recent years. We know this is a great match to get to the semi-finals. It’s always fun playing England. “

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