Australia’s Test and ODI captain Pat Cummins has shared a funny anecdote related to former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. The pacer said that Morrison had added him to a WhatsApp group named ‘Legends’ and he was already a part of another WhatsApp group with the same name, which also included his national teammates. He said that due to confusion, he had once mistakenly sent a message to Morrison. And, later he immediately deleted the text and also apologized to the then Prime Minister for the unintentional wrongdoing.
“I just opened my phone and I have been added to a WhatsApp group called ‘Legends’ along with Scott Morrison and Justin Langer. we [already] There’s a WhatsApp group, Hough (Josh Hazlewood), Starcy (Mitchell Starc) and I called Legends. Hope I don’t send anything to the wrong group,” Pat Cummins revealed in the first episode of the second series of Amazon Prime documentary, The Test.
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“I think it was a figure or a picture or a meme or something that came up and I sent it to the wrong group and I had to delete it quickly. Sorry PM,” Pat Cummins told the Sydney Morning Herald.
Meanwhile, under the leadership of Pat Cummins, Australia have emerged as a formidable side in the Test format of the game. They white-washed the West Indies for the first time in a two-match Test series at their backyard in November–December 2022 and also beat South Africa 2–0, consolidating their position at the top of the World Test Championship points table. Have done. as well.