AUS vs NZ: Strong shots from Glenn Maxwell create ‘sabotage’, bad condition of stadium chair


New Delhi: Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell has returned to form in the ongoing T20 series against New Zealand. Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) hit a brisk half century against New Zealand in Wellington on Wednesday. Maxwell’s bat, who was a flop in the first two games of the series, spoke a lot in this match. Australia beat New Zealand by 64 runs in this match due to the brilliant innings of Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell).

70 runs off 31 balls

Glenn Maxwell scored a stunning 70 off just 31 balls in the third T20 against New Zealand. During this innings, Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) hit 8 fours and 5 long sixes. Due to this excellent innings of Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell), Australia batted first and scored 208 runs at the loss of 4 wickets. Maxwell scored 28 runs of his innings in the over of Jimmy Neesham alone. Maxwell hit three fours and two sixes in this over of Neesham.

Chair broken by a six

Glenn Maxwell took the news of New Zealand bowlers fiercely. He hit 5 big sixes during his innings. Meanwhile, out of these 5 sixes, Maxwell had a six that the ball went straight into the stand and broke a chair. Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) also hit this six in Neesham’s 28-run over. A photo of a chair broken by Maxwell’s shot is becoming fiercely viral on social media.

Australia returns to series

Australia have made a great comeback in the five-match series against New Zealand. In the first two matches of the series, Australia had taken a 2–0 lead after defeating New Zealand, but now Australia has returned to beat New Zealand by 64 runs in the third match. Australia scored 208 runs in the first game of this match, in response, the entire team of New Zealand was able to score 144 runs in 17.1 overs. From Australia, Aston Agar took 6 wickets.


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