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Pat Cummins advised the Australian team to play their natural game rather than engage in sledding.

Fourth Test: England and Australia drew

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Sledding is not acceptable because “it could have been done like that in the past,” says Australia Test captain Pat Cummins, who has urged his players to just be themselves instead.

Captain Pat Cummins has urged his players not to resort to sledding because “it might have been done like that in the past,” but to simply be themselves. As a result of the 2018 ball-tampering controversy, the culture of Australian cricket has undergone a significant transformation. In the current Ashes series, there has not been a single adverse event, which Cummins attributed to his teammates and not simply his leadership. In the Sydney Test, England’s players praised Usman Khawaja’s two-hundred performance, as did the Australians, who were pleased with their own players.

Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins, the first from his country to take the reins of a Test team, compared his leadership style to that of England’s Eoin Morgan.

“Eoin Morgan is one of the leaders I keep an eye on. It’s refreshing to see a captain with such a positive view of leadership and teamwork. Because I’ve worked with Eoin at the IPL for a few years now, I can say that our outlooks on life are pretty similar “The Sydney Morning Herald cited Cummins as saying.

“It’s up to you to be aware of this. All cricket teams, but especially the Australian cricket team, were clearly being pressured to play it more conservatively starting a few years ago “he went on to say.

“I’m constantly urging our guys to be who they are. Just because it was done that way in the past doesn’t mean they have to do it now. Just be who you are “he explained,

According to Cummins, he’s proud of the way the squad has conducted itself.

“Sledging is something to keep an eye on in the early stages of the first Tests.

In this setting, your actions speak louder than words. I’ll pull someone up if necessary (for sledding), but everyone here is an adult “Then he said something.

“From the outside, they know exactly what we and cricket fans in Australia are expected to do. There is no way I can take all the credit; the boys have done an outstanding job as well “he asserted, according to her.

The Test format, according to Cummins, encourages players to perform at their highest level in all aspects of the game.

“It’s the format of choice for most cricketers in Australia as a kid. In Australia, Test cricket is a big deal. Where history is made, it’s here “he stated.

“At 12 months out from the start of the Ashes series, you’ll bump into people in the street and they’ll tell you they can’t wait. It’s a great way to bring everyone together and leave our mark on the game “he continued.

Also, he’s looking forward to the responsibility of leading Australia in Test matches, and he has no objections to the idea of bowlers taking the helm in the future.

Some of the greatest pace bowlers of all time include Bob Willis of England, Kapil Dev of India, Courtney Walsh of the West Indies, and Pakistan’s Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, and Imran Khan of Pakistan.

“The idea that bowlers may serve as captains has always appealed to me. There is no guarantee that this is the beginning of a new trend, but why not? When I’m on the field talking to other bowlers, attempting to make bowling changes, and setting up fields, my bowling knowledge comes in handy “he stated.

“It’s easy for me to rely on my own experiences because I’ve been there. Going future, there is no reason why additional bowling captains couldn’t be appointed “she said.

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