Pat Cummins reacts on Justin Langer coward comment says no one is coward in the Australian cricket team | Cummins furious over Justin Langer’s cowardly statement, stop speaking like this

Former Australia coach Justin Langer recently made a statement and called the players of his team cowards, although he also clarified his statement.

Pat Cummins has taken a dig at Justin Langer. (File photo)

captain of australia’s test team Pat Cummins On Tuesday, before the series to be played against the West Indies, he attacked his team’s former coach Justin Langer and responded to his statement that he was a coward. Langer became Australia’s coach after the Ball Tempering case and left the post a few months back. But recently he made a statement that angered the Australian players.

The former coach had said last week that the players of the team made private things in the dressing room public and he hated what the players did behind his back. Not only this, Langer called the Australian players cowards. Now Cummins has answered this.

There is no coward in the team – Cummins

Test captain Cummins gave a befitting reply to Justin Langer, saying that there is no coward in the Australian team and his statement will not distract the Australian players before the Test series against the West Indies. Cummins said before the first test, there is no coward in the Australian cricket team. never was. I never make private communication public. Sometimes it is disappointing to focus on off-field issues, but this will not affect our team.

Langer resigned as head coach in February this year after Cricket Australia refused to extend his contract long-term. Langer later retracted his statement and said that the players are like his younger brothers.

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said thank you to langer

Cummins Langer After clarifying in his statement, he also thanked him, “I think he must have thought about it and that’s why he clarified again, so thanks to him. But we are proud of our 12 months. The way we have played the game. The way we have handled ourselves. The players can definitely hold their heads high.”