Title winners of World Cup, Australia are yet to publicly celebrate their victory

Pat Cummins

The World Cup title winners, Australia, are yet to have their big celebration publicly. What could be the reason behind the delay?


The World Cup 2023 public celebration is on a delay. Pat Cummins has already left Australia. However, a few players are still playing in a five-match T20I series in India. Australia won their sixth ODI World Cup trophy in history but hasn’t yet had a chance to make the celebration at home. Some players, including captain Pat Cummins, have already left Australia. However, a few players are still in India playing a five-match T20 series.

In the middle of all this, Cricket Australia is transporting the World Cup trophy for celebration. The celebration will most probably happen next week. However, the World Cup-winning squad that included Adam Zampa, Josh Inglis, Glenn Maxwell, Travis Head, and Steve Smith won’t be able to join in the fun. A public World Cup celebration is planned before Australia’s first Test series against Pakistan on December 14. The celebration news is according to a story from “The Sydney Morning Herald.”


Alex Carey, an Australian wicketkeeper and batter, said that the team members of the World Cup-winning squad have dispersed to play in T20Is. He further admitted that it was a strange schedule to play again soon after winning the World Cup. However, he was certain that they would play with fearlessness and power in the next games. Alex Carey said,

“We’ve all split off our own different ways, there’s T20s coming up, some guys are on aeroplanes at the moment getting home as well. I think once we all settle back down and catch up again in Perth or wherever it is, it’ll be nice to talk about it and reflect on it a little bit more” he further added,

“It’s probably pretty odd scheduling now that you look at it, to win a World Cup and a few days later you’re playing again, but the guys over there no doubt will perform really strongly. I think they’ll play pretty fearless cricket”

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