Pat Cummins’ luggage is stolen, Maxwell and Stark’s flight is delayed; Australia faced a big problem

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The entire Australian team has now reached Barbados, where the 2021 champions are scheduled to play the first match of the T20 World Cup 2024. Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell returned to Australia after playing IPL 2024 playoff matches and have now reached West Indies from there. However, in the meantime, news has arrived from the Australian camp that Pat Cummins’ belongings have been stolen.

Australia will begin their T20 World Cup 2024 campaign on Wednesday, where they will take on Oman. As reported by, the Australian Test captain traveled for two days between Sydney and the Caribbean and his wife Becky said some of Cummins’ belongings were also lost en route. However, Cummins later found his lost items.

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Marcus Stoinis could not play in the warm-up match against West Indies as his cricket bag did not reach Trinidad. At the same time, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Starc’s flights were delayed, causing them to arrive in Barbados late. This has happened not to one or two but to many cricketers. Sri Lankan all-rounder Wanindu Hasaranga also expressed disappointment over this. Several players from Sri Lanka, South Africa and Ireland have complained about the luggage. This time the players have to face more difficulty.

This will be the first ICC event where the players are facing so many problems. The ICC is also being targeted as the kit bags of the Indian players are kept outside the new stadium in New York. The board also complained about this. However, the matter was soon resolved. Apart from this, Rohit Sharma and Rahul Dravid were also unhappy with the pitch and field.

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