Glenn Maxwell they may have endured hard IPL last season, when he didn’t shoot sixes all season for the already renamed Punjab Kings, but with his arrival at the Royal Challengers Bangalore, things changed for the Australian.
Maxwell has already shot for half a century against Sunrisers Hyderabad in a dramatic six-time victory while scoring three sixes, and on Sunday against the Kolkata Knight Riders, the 32-year-old batsman has taken his performance to another level.
Overtaking three sixes and nine fours, he scored a 49-ball 78 to tone the inning for the equipment, rescuing them from a worry at 9/2 in 2 overs to 204/4 by the end of the 20th. A 76 out of 34 balls by AB de Villier also completes the effort; makes the captain of the team They grow kohli summon Maxwell’s excavation efforts.
The incident happened at the end of the 9th of the first passes, when Maxwell took a single to reach his next half century with only 28 balls. Enthusiastic Collie, pleased with the tapping of his teammates, shouted loudly from the dugout to greet Maxwell.
This was not the first time Collie had been seen giving such a reaction to Maxwell’s great ability, as such scenes were witnessed during the first RCB match against the Mumbai Indians in the new season.
The Australian batsman shot a huge 100-meter six from the bowling alley Crowned Panda. The ball landed long back in the empty stands; leaving Collie, who was at the end of the non-striker, in awe of the monstrous blow. He looked amazed when the ball came out of the ground.