Pat Cummins said the team was moved with a ‘cool moment’ when the ‘Azan (prayer call) was echoing from the distant mountains at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium
Pat Cummins is pleased to be part of the Australian team that visited Pakistan after a 24-year absence. Cummins, who is leading Australia in the Test series, said it was “amazing” to be part of such a historic tour.
The 28-year-old Pat Cummins recalled some memorable experiences from the Australian team’s trip of the country.
The Ashes-winning captain said he couldn’t wait to take the field in front of a sold-out crowd at the Pindi Cricket Stadium. He added the Australian team is delighted about the prospect of inspiring a new generation of Pakistani cricket fans who haven’t seen top-notch cricket in a long time.
Thanks to officials and staff that organised the visit. He noted that in terms of security, the entire squad feels at ease, as they have been given high-level security and made to feel absolutely safe.
He concluded that for many of the team’s members, it was their only chance to visit Pakistan during their careers.