Glenn Maxwell collects Fifty. (IPL photo)
Jaipur: Glenn Maxwell has once again emerged as a troublemaker for Royal Challengers Bangalore. This stormy batsman made a ruckus against Rajasthan Royals in his own house on Sunday. Maxwell scored a brilliant half-century in this match. On the basis of his innings, the Bangalore team was able to score a good score on the difficult pitch of the Sawai Man Singh Stadium. Batting first, Bangalore scored 171 runs losing five wickets.
Maxwell took over the team after captain Faf Duplesey and laid the foundation for a good score. This is Maxwell’s fourth half-century of this season. His innings came when Bangalore was in dire need of it. Maxwell scored 54 runs in 33 balls in this match. He hit five fours and three sixes.
did amazing after duplecy
The Jaipur pitch was difficult and that is why Faf Duplesey was batting slow. He got out after scoring a half-century. Duplessi scored 55 runs in 44 balls with the help of three fours and two sixes. After the departure of the captain, it was felt that the Bangalore team would be in trouble and would not be able to score big. But Maxwell did not let this happen. He scored quick runs on a difficult pitch.
Maxwell scored at a strike rate of 163.63. It was not easy to bat like this on this difficult pitch but Maxwell maintained his style and batted in the same way he does. He was dismissed for playing reverse scoop on the third ball of the 18th over. Sandeep Sharma got him out.
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RCB scored 171 runs
After Maxwell’s dismissal, Anuj Rawat compensated him. Anuj had not been able to show the power of his bat yet, but in this match, runs came out at a stormy pace in the end and RCB managed to score 171 runs. Anuj scored an unbeaten 29 off 11 balls with the help of three fours and two sixes. His strike rate was 263.63.