Australia defeated England by 4-0 in the Ashes series and brought home a thumping triumph and a glorious prideful victory for all their countrymen. The England team fell on their knees and succumbed to the pace attack by the Australians in all of the matches of the series. This Ashes series victory was a strong comeback for Australia, who were beaten by India last year around this time.

“These were not at all like the conditions we are used to in Australia. It was a green seaming track, but I believe the approach Marnus (Labuschagne), Travis Head, and Cam Green took to the game was a great model for any conditions that aren’t typical. We can be the sort of squad that, if necessary, is willing to carry that positivity worldwide. In my opinion, that puts us in a wonderful position. We’ve had a lot of success in Australia, and now it’s up to us to transfer it to other countries. I believe that to be the finest team in the world, you must win at home, but more importantly, you must succeed abroad. We haven’t played much overseas in the previous few years, so that’s a challenge for this team. This year, we’ll be facing Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and India, all of which are quite alien circumstances to Australia, so that will be our task,” Cummins stated.