IndvsAus: Australian player playing with black belt, reason is related to Pat Cummins, know here
In the fourth and final Test match between India and Australia, Australian players are playing the match by tying black armbands. Australia’s regular captain Pat Cummins is currently in grief due to which he is not taking part in the match. On the second day of the match, Pat Cummins’s mother Maria died in Sydney.
For the purpose of paying tribute to the mother of Pat Cummins, Australia’s players have come to the field by tying black bands. According to information, Pat Cummins’s mother breathed her last last night. Saddened by the death of their regular captain’s mother, the players wore black armbands and played the game. The death of Pat Cummins’s mother has been informed by the team’s head coach Andrew McDonald.
was suffering from cancer
Please tell that Pat Cummins’ mother Maria was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. She was suffering from this serious illness for the last few weeks which resurfaced sometime back. He died at his residence on Thursday night. The Australian players received the sad news from their coach Andrew McDonald before the start of play on the second day of the final Test here.
“We are deeply saddened by the passing of Maria Cummins,” Cricket Australia said in a statement on Friday. “On behalf of Cricket Australia, we extend our condolences to Pat, the Cummins family and their friends,” he added. “The Australian men’s team will play today wearing black armbands as a mark of respect,” the statement said. had returned. In his absence, Steve Smith captained Australia in the Indore Test and the visiting team won the Test by nine wickets.