'Hope I don’t send anything to the wrong group' - Pat Cummins reveals the incident when he mistakenly sent a meme on WhatsApp to former Australia PM

Pat Cummins also revealed that he mistakenly sent a message to the former PM that was actually for the teammates in the national side...

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In a piece of both shocking and interesting piece of revelation, the Australian Test skipper Pat Cummins has recently revealed an unprecedented incident with him. Talking about the incident, the 29-year-old confessed that he was completely in a state of shock when former Prime Minister Scott Morrison added him to a group on WhatsApp.


Interestingly, the name of the group in which Morrison added Cummins had a name exactly similar to the one in which the latter was already in with his fellow Aussie team members.

Subsequently, Cummins also revealed that he mistakenly sent a message to the former PM that was actually for the teammates in the national side of Australia.

“I just opened up my phone then, and I’ve been added to a WhatsApp group called ‘Legends’ with Scott Morrison and Justin Langer in it. We have a WhatsApp group, Hoff, Starcy and I called legends. Hope I don’t send anything to the wrong group,” said Cummins in the first episode of the Amazon documentary, The Test’s second season.


Talking about the message sent to Morrison, Cummins told that he had to take quick action to undo the mistake that happened to be upon him.

“I did once. I think it was a stat or a photo or a meme or something that came up and I sent it to the wrong group and I quickly had to delete it. Sorry PM,” said Cummins to the Sydney Morning Herald.

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Notably, Cricket Australia appointed the Sydney-based bowling prodigy as the Test skipper of Australia almost 15 months back in November 2021. He was made captain after the former skipper Tim Paine was forced to quit captaincy following a texting scandal that went viral over social media.

The Aussies have performed brilliantly during the home assignments under the captaincy of Pat Cummins as they have ended up as the winning side four times and a draw in five Test matches.

Cummins & co. will now be eyeing the upcoming tour of India where they will lock horns with the hosts in the full-fledged four-match Test series. Both teams will play the first Test on the 9th of February at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur.

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