Pat Cummins Becomes The Second Player in Australia’s History to Bag a Hattrick at the T20 World Cup

Pat Cummins

In a rain-affected Super Eight clash at North Sound, Antigua, Australia faced off against Bangladesh in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. The match featured some scintillating performances that left fans on the edge of their seats.

Pat Cummins’ Hat-Trick

Australia’s fast bowler, Pat Cummins, etched his name in T20 World Cup history by claiming a brilliant hat-trick. His fiery spell dismantled the Bangladeshi batting lineup, restricting them to 140 for 8. Cummins’ three wickets were crucial in putting the brakes on Bangladesh’s innings.

This was the second time an Australian got a hat trick at the T20 World Cup. Interestingly both of them came against Bangladesh. Brett Lee bagged the first hat trick in 2007 and now after 17 years, Pat Cummins repeated history by bagging a hat trick against the same opponent.

Warner’s Explosive Fifty for Australia

Chasing a revised target due to rain interruptions, Australia was on the charge. Opener David Warner led the charge with a quick-fire 53 not out off just 35 balls. His aggressive approach kept the scoreboard ticking, and he found able support from Travis Head (31 off 21 balls).

Rain Plays Spoilsport

Unfortunately, rain interrupted the game, but Australia was declared the winner by 28 runs via the DLS method. Despite the weather disruptions, the match provided plenty of excitement for cricket fans worldwide.

Pat Cummins’ heroics with the ball and David Warner’s explosive fifty ensured a comfortable victory for Australia. The T20 World Cup continues to deliver thrilling moments, and this clash was no exception.

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