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- Factbox on Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins, who was named the test team captain on Friday on the Saturday off with Tim Paine.
* Born in Sydney on May 8, 1993, in Westmead on May 8, 1993.
* Made his test debut on November 17, 2011, against South Africa, where he took six-79 in the second innings and won the match's double win. He then became the best player of the match for Australia's narrow win.
* His early career suffered a lot of injuries and he didn't play a test from 2012 to 2016 * His early career was plagued by injuries.
* He was late for the 2015 Ashes squad because Ryan Harris retired, but was selected for a match in the series.
* He returned to test cricket in March 2017 against India before becoming the leading wicket-taker in 2017-18 Ashes with 23 wickets.
In October of his first test half-century against South Africa, * After the game in September, he scored another half-century on a trip to South Africa, and became a vice-captain in January, with Travis Head, one of Australia's two vice-captains.
* Took his second 10-wicket haul at the Gabba and Sri Lanka in January 2019 and was named player of the series with 14 wickets.
* Ashes took 29 wickets for the Ashes in England in the 2019 Ashes.
In honor of Ray Lindwall, who led Australia for the first test against India in the mid-1950s, the top-ranked test bowler ranked 49th on Friday, is only the second fastest bowler to take the captaincy.
* Cummins has taken 164 wickets in 34 tests.
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