Pat Cummins celebrates Australia’s legacy-making victory in the ODI World Cup

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Captain Pat Cummins celebrated Australia’s victorious World Cup win as a defining achievement after a grueling period abroad. Australia spent most of the year away from home, with intense Test series in India and England. They triumphed in the World Test Championship and retained the Ashes before taking on the 2023 ODI World Cup.

Despite initial struggles, Australia steadily improved and clinched an unforgettable victory over India in the final. The elation of the title triumph outweighed the weariness as some players returned home on Wednesday.

Pat Cummins expressed his excitement and satisfaction, stating that the team had created their own legacy with their achievements. Despite a tough schedule ahead, the team is ready to continue performing in upcoming series and tournaments.

Mitchell Marsh, who captained Australia’s T20 team in South Africa ahead of the World Cup, plans to have a rest before the Test summer. He reflected on his excitement for the upcoming summer series and the competition he faces for the allrounder position.

Cameron Green, who missed matches due to injury, expressed his determination to play in upcoming matches for Western Australia’s Sheffield Shield and the Prime Minister’s XI four-day match. Likewise, Alex Carey, who was dropped from the World Cup team, is looking forward to playing for South Australia in their upcoming Shield match.

Overall, the Australian cricket team looks forward to a well-deserved break before gearing up for an exciting summer of cricket.

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