Travel Woes Persist for Cricketers in T20 World Cup

Travel Woes Continue for Teams During T20 World Cup


Travel issues persist for teams during the T20 World Cup, with the latest victims being the Australian cricketers.

The Kangaroos faced several problems while traveling to Barbados for a group match. Pat Cummins lost his bag, and Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Starck’s flights were delayed.

According to Cricket Australia, Mitchell Starck, Pat Cummins, and all-rounder Glenn Maxwell had an unpleasant journey.

After participating in the IPL final, Pat Cummins made a brief stop in Australia before heading to the Caribbean, only to find his luggage lost en route.

Some players spent just 48 hours at home before departing for the Caribbean tour.

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Starck and Maxwell experienced flight delays, forcing them to spend nights in Los Angeles and Miami.

Additionally, Marcus Stoinis’ cricket kit did not arrive in Trinidad for a practice match.

Despite these setbacks, the Kangaroos players are confident that their World Cup campaign will not be affected.

Australia will begin their campaign against Oman on June 6 at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados.

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