Glenn Maxwell Shots: If you did not see this shot of Glenn Maxwell then what did you see, the bowler caught his head

Home » Glenn Maxwell Shots: If you did not see this shot of Glenn Maxwell then what did you see, the bowler caught his head

Mumbai: Royal Challengers Bangalore did not get a good start against Mumbai Indians on Tuesday. This team had lost Virat Kohli and Anuj Rawat early. But then the team recovered and the Mumbai bowlers were thrashed fiercely. This was done by Glenn Maxwell. Maxwell started batting in a hurry as soon as he arrived and ended the pressure on Bangalore.

Maxwell scored a brilliant half-century in this match. This is Maxwell’s fourth half-century of this season. He played a variety of shots during his innings. He hit shots all over the ground and everyone kept watching his shots.

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Surprised by the amazing shot

It was surprising that Maxwell played such shots during this time. He played one such shot on fast bowler Chris Jordan playing his first IPL match for Mumbai. Maxwell was already ready to play the switch hit. But Jordan threw the ball full length outside the stump. Maxwell immediately caught the ball and hit the third man for a six without turning the bat. Everyone was surprised to see this shot.

Whoever saw this shot was surprised. There is a lot of hue and cry over this shot of Maxwell on social media. Everyone is surprised how Maxwell played such a shot. He completed his half-century in 25 balls in this match.

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dyed with faff

Maxwell made a century partnership with Faf. Both of them scored 120 runs for the third wicket. This is the fourth century partnership of Maxwell and Duplesey in IPL. Both of them scored 127 runs against Rajasthan Royals. Both of them shared a 126-run partnership against Chennai. Together they scored 115 runs against Lucknow Super Giants.

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