Fast bowler as captain of the Australian Test cricket team Pat Cummins Has been appointed, with Steve Smith in charge as vice-captain.
Steve Smith, who lost his captaincy in 2018 due to a ball injury, has been reinstated after a gap of two years.
This is the first time in 65 years that a fast bowler has been appointed captain of the Australian team. The last time the Australian team was captained by fast bowler Ray Lindwall was in 1956. It is noteworthy that no fast bowler has been appointed captain since then.
Tim Bain, captain of the Australian Test team, has voluntarily resigned as captain following a sexual controversy. Also, Payne has stated that he will be temporarily away from all forms of cricket and will not play in the Ashes series.
Following this, the fast bowler in consultation with the Australian Cricket Board on the new captain for the team Pat Cummins As captain, Steve Smith Were also appointed vice-captain.
Cummins, who has been Australia’s vice-captain since 2018, is currently the captain. The Australian Cricket Board said in a statement: “Pat Cummins is a great player and a leader. The one who is highly valued by all the players in the team, knows all the nuances of the competition and has created many achievements. Australia have named Pat Cummins as captain and Steve Smith as vice-captain.
Regarding his appointment as captain Pat Cummins “I am proud to have been appointed captain of the Australian Test team.
In the Australian team since last 2017 Pat Cummins Is performing better. Not just for Tests but also for T20 matches one day Pat Cummins Located. Australian team Cummins has not played in just two of the last 35 Tests he has played.