- Pat Cummins gave an epic response to a fan’s comment about his wife
- Cummins posted a touching message for his wife Becky on Valentine’s Day
- A fan bizarrely told the Australian captain ‘I love your wife’ in the comments section
Australian cricket captain Pat Cummins has given a sarcastic response to a fan’s bizarre comment about his wife on social media.
Cummins took to Instagram on Valentine’s Day to pay tribute to his wife Becky, posting a photo of the couple holding surfboards.
He captioned the post: “Super mom, wife, my valentine and apparently a pro surfer too.” Happy Valentine’s Day, Becky Cummins.’
It didn’t take long for Cummins to receive a lot of positive comments, including one strange comment that read, “I’m Indian, I love you, your wife.”
Cummins cheekily responded to the fan: ‘I’ll pass it on to her!’
Cummins has shocked the cricket world with his response to a fan’s comment: “I love your wife.”
The Australian captain’s post delighted fans, who liked it nearly 7,000 times.
Cummins had an incredible 2023, doing what the likes of Steve Waugh, Mark Taylor and Allan Border couldn’t.
It all started when the Australians took revenge on India, beating their old rivals in the Test Championship final in the United Kingdom.
Cummins led the Australians to a memorable, and often spiteful, drawn series in England that meant Australia retained The Ashes, even without injured star Nathan Lyon.
Then came the most improbable victory of the ICC Men’s World Cup in India, overcoming back-to-back defeats to open the tournament and finish with a memorable victory over the shell-shocked hosts in the final.
Receiving the Johnny Mullagh Medal was fitting as Cummins became only the second Australian in history to take 10 wickets in a match while captaining the team.
The other is Frontera.
The Australian cricket captain had an incredible 2023 season by any measure
Cummins was a prodigious teenager whose mentor was the great Dennis Lillee.
He is now breaking his masters records, reaching 250 Test wickets with a superior average and strike rate, while captaining his country.
Among Australian bowlers, only Lillee and Glenn McGrath (55) have reached the 250-wicket mark in fewer Tests than Cummins’ 57 (Mitchell Johnson also achieved the mark in 57 Tests).
He is the 10th Australian player to reach the mark, joining teammates Mitchell Starc (342 Test wickets) and Nathan Lyon (505) on the coveted list.