Jason Cummings quotes from The Hangover as he visits Bangkok to celebrate Indian trophy win in style

JASON CUMMINGS has been celebrating in style after the Aussie international played his part in Mohun Bagan ran out narrow winners in the Durand Cup final. The man affectionately known as Cumdog climbed off the bench in the second period as pal Dmitri Petratos’ only goal was enough to win the day for the Kolkata-based side. Jason Cummings is in good form after helping Mohun Bagan win the Durand Cup Cummings shared picture on his social media The shot from The Hangover 2 Cummings doesn’t need too much of an invitation to enjoy himself and, judging by his Instagram, he’s been making the most of the opportunity to do a bit of sightseeing out in Thailand on his downtime. Sharing a picture of himself smiling in front of the Bangkok skyline, Cummings wrote: “Bangkok has him now”. Ir’s a refrain from the movie The Hangover 2, in which Teddy gets lost in the city after getting a little bit carried away on a boys’ day out. In fact, the trip all looks very civilised, with Cummings enjoying a spot of golf with a pal. Typically sharing a picture of him wearing a Tiger Woods cap, he wrote: “Lost 20 balls. Missed every fairway. 3 putt every hole. Tiger Woods cap.” Cummings joked about his golf performance It hasn’t all been plain sailing for Cummings out in India – where he is reputed to be one of the top earners in the league. For instance, Indian football legend Mehtab Hossain – who is India’s main football pundit – criticised the Australia international, who played against Lionel Messi in the World Cup last year, for his level of fitness shortly after his arrival. He said: “Jason Cummings is not Messi and did not sparkle with any individual brilliance. “Looking at this, his first match, he seemed unfit and a professional player can’t turn up like that.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page

Jason Cummings quotes from The Hangover as he visits Bangkok to celebrate Indian trophy win in style

JASON CUMMINGS has been celebrating in style after the Aussie international played his part in Mohun Bagan ran out narrow winners in the Durand Cup final.

The man affectionately known as Cumdog climbed off the bench in the second period as pal Dmitri Petratos’ only goal was enough to win the day for the Kolkata-based side.

Jason Cummings is in good form after helping Mohun Bagan win the Durand Cup
Cummings shared picture on his social media
The shot from The Hangover 2

Cummings doesn’t need too much of an invitation to enjoy himself and, judging by his Instagram, he’s been making the most of the opportunity to do a bit of sightseeing out in Thailand on his downtime.

Sharing a picture of himself smiling in front of the Bangkok skyline, Cummings wrote: “Bangkok has him now”.

Ir’s a refrain from the movie The Hangover 2, in which Teddy gets lost in the city after getting a little bit carried away on a boys’ day out.

In fact, the trip all looks very civilised, with Cummings enjoying a spot of golf with a pal.

Typically sharing a picture of him wearing a Tiger Woods cap, he wrote: “Lost 20 balls. Missed every fairway. 3 putt every hole. Tiger Woods cap.”

Cummings joked about his golf performance

It hasn’t all been plain sailing for Cummings out in India – where he is reputed to be one of the top earners in the league.

For instance, Indian football legend Mehtab Hossain – who is India’s main football pundit – criticised the Australia international, who played against Lionel Messi in the World Cup last year, for his level of fitness shortly after his arrival.

He said: “Jason Cummings is not Messi and did not sparkle with any individual brilliance.

“Looking at this, his first match, he seemed unfit and a professional player can’t turn up like that.”

Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page