Runs are coming off the bat of Glenn Maxwell (PC: iplt20)
New Delhi.After injury, it takes time for any player to return to the track. There are many players who are struggling to return to old form after injury, but the story of Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell is quite the opposite. After the injury, it became difficult for the bowlers to stop him. Maxwell completely changed after a birthday party. In fact, he had slipped while running during the birthday party in Melbourne last year, due to which his leg was fractured.
Due to injury, he had to stay away from the field for a long time. Maxwell also had to undergo surgery. After being away from the field for about 4 months, he returned to domestic cricket in February and with his return, he appeared in a different style. He returned to the field after 4 months after hitting 61 runs. After that he came to India to play IPL and joined Royal Challengers Bangalore and then wreaked havoc with his bat in IPL.
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change gear after injury
After the injury, Maxwell has become even more aggressive. He has scored 384 runs in 12 matches this season. During this, his strike rate was 34.91. Maxwell has hit 5 Fifty. Looking at his fitness and form, no one can guess that he has landed on the field only a few months after leg surgery. Bangalore also got the good support of Maxwell. They have got an explosive all-rounder. Maxwell was associated with Bangalore in 2021, since then his graph has been climbing up.
more work in 39 innings
Before joining Bangalore, he had scored 1505 runs in 78 innings at a strike rate of 154.7 in IPL. Which includes 6 Fifty. After joining Bangalore in 2021, he hit 1198 runs in 39 innings. During this, his strike rate hit 161 runs. Not only this, the number of fifty that Maxwell had hit before coming to Bangalore, he has hit double i.e. 12 for this team only. Maxwell had changed his gear after joining Bangalore, but after returning from injury, he has put on his top gear.
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