LONDON - Australia paceman Pat Cummins has fired a warning at the nation’s Cricket World Cup rivals, saying the champions may have “clicked” but are yet to put in a complete performance.
Aaron Finch’s Australia booked their place in the semi-finals early with a comprehensive win over England and carried on the form with another convincing victory over New Zealand at Lord’s on Saturday.
Australia will head into their final round robin match against already eliminated South Africa in Manchester on Saturday.
“I think just everything’s clicked, the batting, the bowling, our game plan is the way we’ve wanted to play,” Cummins told reporters.“Even just everyone being comfortable in their roles and comfortable around each other. I think it takes time but everyone’s in a really good place.
“The thing we have spoken about, we have managed to scrape home wins without really putting through a complete performance,” Cummins added.