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Sport Sean Abbott admits he 'lost belief' in his Australian return following dream T20 display

07:05  09 november  2019
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Sean Abbott has summed up the emotion he showed in Australia's T20 thrashing of Pakistan in Perth on Friday night.

Abbott, who replaced a rested Pat Cummins in the side for the third and final T20 match against Pakistan on Friday night, hadn't worn Australian colours since November 2014.

But after years of consistent form for the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash, Abbott was thrown into Australia's pace attack, and proved an excellent addition to the side who made light work of Pakistan to claim a series sweep of the world's best team in the shortened format.

The New South Welshman was crowned player of the match after finishing up with figures of 2-14 in the 10 wicket obliteration.

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Starc held his nerve but admitted he thought the ball might hit wires of the flying fox. It was his second T 20 International wicket in his fourth match. Sean Abbott is set to make his return the Australian T 20 side for the first time since November 9 2014, a day shy of five years.

' He was really loved by his team-mates, and he cared about them as well,' said Mr Chatman, who said Abbott would be 'devastated' by Tuesday's events. Hughes' sister Megan and Australian skipper Michael Clarke both consoled the devastated cricketer in the immediate aftermath of his friend's death.

However, it was his first wicket in Australian colours since his long-awaited returned which caught the eye, after Abbott fell to his knees in an emotional reaction after he claimed Pakistan opener Imam Ul Haq in his second over.

After the innings, Abbott opened up on what the occasion meant to him.

"I'm over the moon, [it's] a bit of a cliche but I've dreamt of it from a long time," an emotional Abbott admitted post-game.

"I lost belief there for a while but it's good to run out there with my mates tonight and get the series win against the world's best T20 team.

"Like I said I've played a lot of cricket with and against a lot of the guys in the squad.

"I was just hoping and praying one of the easiest catches you're ever going to get was going to stay in Benny (McDermott)'s hands, and it did hands.

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Sean Abbott said he felt 'confused and upset' as Phillip Hughes was taken away after being struck on the back of the head by his bouncer. Sean Abbott , the bowler whose delivery inflicted the injury that killed Phillip Hughes, has described how he tended to the stricken batsman in the moments after he

Chilling scenes as Sean Abbott forces an opponent off the field after striking him in the head with a ball - just three years after his horror bouncer led to Victorian batsman Will Pucovski, 20, ducked into a short ball and fell to his knees. NSW paceman Sean Abbott was bowling at Sheffield Shield match in

"I was obviously over the moon."

Whilst it was a dream return for Abbott in Perth, he was unfortunately on the end of some inappropriate commentary from a BT Sports pundit prior to the game.

The UK caller, thought to be Simon Hughes, made a remark prior to the match about Abbott being most renowned for bowling the ball that killed batsman Phil Hughes in 2015.

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