‘He’s nailed that spot’: Cummins lauds finisher Wade | Australia v West Indies 2022

'he's nailed that spot': cummins lauds finisher wade | australia v west indies 2022

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Speaking after Australia’s tense victory over the West Indies in the first T20I at Metricon Stadium, Pat Cummins paid tribute to Matthew Wade who again got the job done late for the Aussies

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