IPL 2021: Pat Cummins reveals the ‘real reason’ why he did not participate in the UAE leg
Pat Cummins has come up with a hilarious reason as to why he did not participate in the UAE leg of the IPL.
Updated - Sep 30, 2021 12:06 pm
Pat Cummins decided not to participate in the second half of the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The Australian pacer was staying in the Maldives along with his other Aussie teammates after the first half of the IPL was suspended in May, and could leave for Australia only after 14 days.
And later, when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced that the second leg of the IPL will be played in the UAE, Cummins announced that he will not participate in the tournament, and did not disclose any particular reason as well.
But now, the all-rounder has come up with a hilarious reason. Cummins posted a picture of his hairstyle on Instagram and stated that this was the ‘real reason’ why he did not appear for the second leg of the IPL.
You can see Pat Cummins’ Instagram post below
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Several cricketers react to Pat Cummins’ Instagram post
And, several cricketers have reacted to this post from Pat Cummins. While Cummins’ teammate and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) wicket-keeper Dinesh Karthik commented that Cummins could not have got worse, KKR opener Shubman Gill commented that the KKR players already know the reason.
Abhishek Nayar cheekily stated that only an artist can understand the feeling of another artist. All in all, Cummins’ latest Instagram post has caught the attention of the cricketing world.
You can see the reactions from the cricketers below
Pat Cummins has played 37 matches in the IPL. While he has scored 316 runs with the willow, he has also scalped 38 wickets with the ball in hand as well. The KKR side splashed out a colossal sum of INR 15.5 Crores during the IPL auctions to procure the services of the Aussie right-arm pacer.
The Kolkata Knight Riders are currently placed at the 4th spot in the IPL points table and have won 5 out of the 11 matches that they have contested in. The Eoin Morgan-led outfit will next be seen in action on the field against the Punjab Kings (PBKS) side on 1st October 2021. This clash will be held at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.