Australia Captain Pat Cummins Enjoys His Day Out In Delhi Ahead Of Match With Netherlands

Australia Captain Pat Cummins Enjoys His Day Out In Delhi Ahead Of Match With Netherlands

Pat Cummins with son Albie in Delhi.

As the ODI Cricket World Cup is underway in India, the Australia Captain took some time off from the field and spent time with his family in Delhi. He shared a sneak peek of his day with his son and wife as he visited the famous Lodhi Gardens in south Delhi. 

The cricketer posted a couple of photos and videos to Instagram with the caption, “Day out in Delhi.” In the post, Mr Cummins and his son Albie are seen sitting on a bench. In another picture, his little boy is seen walking and running around the gardens. The third picture displays an adorable moment between his wife Becky and their son. The last slide in the carousel melted the hearts of the cricketer’s fans as his son was seen observing a stray dog while lying on the ground.

Since being shared, the post has amassed over 49,000 likes and several comments. 

“That video at the end…. Soooooooo cute!” said a user.

“So cute last one,” added another user.

A third person added, “So good Pat – lovely to see you enjoy Lodhi gardens! This park is a true treasure for Delhi-ites.”

“They are too cutee and adorable,” said a fourth person.

“Nice picture composition!!! Late October in Delhi is beautiful. Hope Cummins family enjoys hospitality of Delhi,” added a person.

“Albie is such a mood,” noted a person.

However, some people were also worried about his safety in the national capital. 

“Roaming in Delhi without any security??? are you serious bro??” said a person. Another added, “Sorry to say but It’s Not safe here.”

Meanwhile, Australia defeated Pakistan in a run-fest at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru on Friday. David Warner slammed 163 off 124 while Mitchell Marsh hit 121 off 108 to help Australia post 367 for 9 in 50 overs after getting an invitation to bat. The Pat Cummins-led side managed to post a big total despite Shaheen Afridi’s five-wicket haul (5 for 54). In reply, Pakistan were bundled out for 305, thanks to Adam Zampa’s 4 for 53. Imam-ul-Haq (70) and Abdullah Shafique (64) stitched a solid opening stand of 134 runs but Pakistan failed to cash in on the opportunity. They will be now facing the Netherlands at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi tomorrow. 

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