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Bloody Australians: Australian author and cricket writer slam Pat Cummins & Co. for partying till late in the hotel 

While visitors played hard on the ground to bundle out the home side on Day 5 of the 3rd Test, they earned moments to cheer and party hard. 

Aakash Srivastava Author

Updated - 27 March 2022 6:02 pm

The Australian cricket team pleased everyone with their performance on the cricket field as Pat Cummins-led side registered historic 115-run win in the third and final Test of the three-match series to clinch the long-awaited tour 1-0. While visitors played hard on the ground to bundle out the home side on Day 5 of the 3rd Test, they earned moments to cheer and party hard. 

As per one of the Australian sports journalist, the team celebrated the night till late, which eventually became a matter of concern for guests staying the the same hotel. The journalist shared a picture of Australian players partying till late in the evening in their hotel and wrote a caption, “Bloody Australians chanting the team sing under my hotel room window. I’m calling the desk to complain.”

Peter also informed that as an editor and cricket writer, he is working on a deadline, but Australian players chanting team singing was quite “enormous”, and it’s disturbing him to the extent. 

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However, we are yet to know if hotel authorities took stern action against the side who were celebrating the win.

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Australian players are known for raising the game’s bar with their exceptional performance on the ground and bringing the kind of intensity the match needs. However, they also celebrated their victory in style. Notably, after wrapping up the Ashes series, players celebrated singing and dancing to the tunes. 

Australia winning historic tour

Earlier, Australia won the toss and opted to bat first. An impressive batting performance from the side helped them score 391 in their first innings. Usman Khawaja was a standout batter with a score of 91. Steve Smith (59), Alex Carey (67) and Cameron Green (79) contributed with the bat as well and posted a competitive total on the board. From Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi and Naseem Chah picked 4-wickets each.

Pakistan was bowled out for 268, with Abdullah Shafique (81) and Babar Azam (67) being the top scorers. In the first innings, Australian Test skipper Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc shared nine wickets between themselves. Khawaja was the only player from Australia’s side to hit centuries in the tour. Pat Cummins & Co. have achieved what his predecessors like Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke, and others could not. They never got a chance to tour Pakistan, more than two decades after what Mark Taylor’s men recorded an identical 1-0 series results in 1998.

Australia and Pakistan will now play three ODIs and a lone T20I, starting March 29 in Lahore.


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