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Pat Cummins’ Epic Clapback: ‘World’s Shortest Retirement’ as NZ Considers Shock Comeback for Veteran Bowler!

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Tim Southee, the captain of New Zealand, made a suggestion that Neil Wagner might make a comeback in the forthcoming second Test match between Australia and New Zealand in Christchurch, not long after the player announced his retirement from international cricket. Wagner, who is renowned for his potent short-pitched deliveries—particularly against Australia’s Steve Smith—may quickly recover to strengthen New Zealand’s bowling unit.

In a lighthearted statement, Australian captain Pat Cummins referred to the current state of affairs as the “world’s shortest retirement” and praised Wagner’s possible inclusion should he be judged to be the team’s best option. According to Fox Sports, Cummins acknowledged Wagner’s high level of intensity on the field and that he was eager to play against him again.

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In addition, Southee discussed Wagner’s influence on the field and his popularity, suggesting that the team’s administration is willing to reevaluate their starting lineup. Wagner’s skill and experience might be a valuable asset for New Zealand in Christchurch, where the side could make a calculated decision to take advantage of his seamer-friendly circumstances.

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