Back in 2017, Australia’s top-order batsman, Glenn Maxwell, stated that he wanted to become a reliable cricketer, as opposed to targeting longevity at the crease. Interestingly, this is a theme that has been echoed by many in the cricketing world, including former Indian international, Ajit Agarkar, who suggested in 2015 that Maxwell needed to evolve his game away from being dangerous. So, three years later, let’s see whether the 31-year-old has progressed stylistically.
Glenn Maxwell (108) and Alex Carey (106) hit brilliant tons, and featured in a 212-run stand for the sixth wicket, as Australia recovered from 73/5 to chase down 303, and win the three-match series 2-1. This was England’s first ODI series loss at home since September 2015. Aussies were the opponents back then as well.
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has opened up in detail about his battle with mental issues, which led him to take a break from cricket in October 2019. Maxwell, better known as Big Show for his extravagant batting style, made a shocking revelation that he wished he got injured during the World Cup in England last year so that he didn’t have to play.