Ashes Series 2023, AUS vs ENG | Australia captain Pat Cummins celebrated a unique celebration after snatching victory from the hands of England, did something like this on the field itself…, watch video

New Delhi: The first match of the Ashes Series (Ashes Series 2023) was played between Australia and England. Australia has won a thrilling victory in this match. After this victory, Australia’s captain Pat Cummins celebrated in a different way. The video of their celebration is now going viral on social media. Australia captain Pat Cummins played a memorable inning against England. He scored an unbeaten 44 off 73 balls. In which 4 fours and 2 sixes were included. At the same time, Cummins shared a 55-run partnership for the 9th wicket with Lyon. This partnership turned the tide of the match. Both the players together thrashed the England bowlers fiercely. Read this too Cummins celebrated in a unique way Australian captain Cummins started celebrating the victory as soon as he hit a boundary off Robinson. The ball just crossed the boundary line. Similarly, Cummins slammed his bat and took off the helmet. After this, he was seen running with full enthusiasm by raising his hands. The iconic finish this match deserved 🤌 📹 | Relive the winning moment from an exhilarating 1st Test in #TheAshes 🤩#SonySportsNetwork #RivalsForever #ENGvAUS ​​#Ashes2023 — Sony Sports Network (@SonySportsNetwk) June 20, 2023 It was worth seeing. The entire Australian team was celebrating this victory. After this, Cummins lifted his teammate Lyon in his lap. The video of this victory celebration is becoming quite viral on social media. Talking about the match, England had given Australia a target of 281 runs. The first session of the fifth day was canceled due to rain. But, after this the game of the second session started. At one time the condition of Australia was very bad. His 8 wickets had fallen. It seemed that England would win this match. However, Cummins and Lyon shared a historic 9th wicket partnership to give the team a thrilling 2 wicket win.

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