Worked on T20 bowling, WC kind of my main goal for past few months: Pat Cummins

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Cummins admits that the hard work done on T20 bowling is getting the benefit of the World Cup

Dubai. Australia pacer Pat Cummins on Friday said the hard work put into T20 bowling over the past four-five months is paying off in the World Cup, which has been one of his main goals for some time now. Cummins, 28, missed the UAE leg of the IPL due to the birth of his first child. He did not get a wicket in the warm-up matches before the T20 World Cup but has taken three wickets in two matches.

The world’s number one Test bowler expressed relief that the hard work put in over the past few months is paying off. He said, “Absolutely it is a matter of little relief. For the last four to five months, I was working hard focusing on this. I have worked very hard on T20 bowling.” Before the match against England, he said, “Last year also the situation was similar when we played T20 and ODI matches in England after the big break. This time I knew what to do before I came here. I am happy with my bowling.

The Ashes series is to be played between the two teams after the World Cup and five members of England’s T20 team are also part of the Ashes team. “We play England a lot and our style is almost the same,” Cummins said. His performance in limited overs cricket for the last few years has been phenomenal. We know this is a big match to reach the semi-finals. We always enjoy playing England.

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