Troubled by luggage problems and flight delays, Australian players’ mood changed after a cruise trip

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All-rounder Ashton Agar said Australia’s cricket team was troubled by lost luggage, flight delays and strong winds when they arrived here for the T20 World Cup but a cruise along the city’s picturesque beach afterwards changed the players’ mood.

Bridgetown (Barbados). When the Australian cricket team arrived here to participate in the T20 World Cup, it was troubled by lost luggage, flight delays and strong winds, but all-rounder Ashton Agar said that after this, a cruise on the beautiful beach of the city changed the mood of the players. Australia will start its campaign in the World Cup against Oman on June 5 (6 June 2018 at 6 am Indian time). According to a report by, fast bowling leaders Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc returned to Australia for some time after playing in the IPL. After this, while going to the West Indies, Cummins’ luggage got lost due to which he had to face trouble.

However, Cummins’ luggage was found later. According to the website, “Stark and Glenn Maxwell also faced problems due to flight delay. Due to this, both of them had to spend a night in Los Angeles. Not only this, they also had to spend a night in Miami to reach Barbados.” Marcus Stoinis also could not play in the practice match due to his kit arriving late. Australia had to field members of the support staff in the practice match due to not having full players. But Agar said that all the grievances of the players were resolved by going on a cruise on Saturday.

Agar told reporters, “Many players returned here after spending a long time in the IPL in India and then going home for some time and in such a situation it was necessary to refresh them. ” He said, “Once you do this, then you are mentally refreshed and ready to play. We enjoyed this walk a lot. Watching the sunset was one of our memorable moments. When you do this, you forget for some time that you have come here to play the World Cup.

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