Glenn Maxwell smashes 28 runs off Jimmy Neesham’s over, breaks a seat in stands: Watch


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Glenn Maxwell

After a string of low scores, Australia’s Glenn Maxwell hammered 70 off simply 31 deliveries to regain his type in Wellington in opposition to New Zealand on Wednesday. Driving on Maxwell’s quick-fire knock and Ashton Agar’s six-wicket haul, the Aussies clinched the sport by 64 runs and halved the hosts’ lead within the five-match sequence with New Zealand nonetheless main 2-1.

Throughout his explosive knock, Maxwell even destroyed a seat at Westpac Stadium. Within the 17th over of the Australian innings bowled by all-rounder James Neesham, Maxwell smoked a 4 within the backward level area on the primary supply. 

On the very subsequent ball, Maxwell launched a most over sq. leg. He hit the ball so laborious that it broke a seat within the stands of the venue — Westpac Stadium. “Glenn Maxwell’s entered demolition mode in Wellington!” tweeted Cricket Australia’s on the all-rounder’s spectacular batting present. 

Maxwell additionally signed the seat which can be now put up for public sale. All proceeds can be donated to Wellington Homeless Ladies’s Belief.

Maxwell hit eight fours and 5 sixes within the carnage earlier than ultimately getting dismissed by Tim Southee. Neesham, who conceded 60 runs with out dismissing any Australian batsman tonight, registered the second-most costly bowling figures of Four-Zero-60-Zero by a Kiwi bowler.

Earlier than Maxwell, skipper Aaron Finch additionally returned to his previous self, scoring 69 runs off 44 deliveries whereas opening Australia’s innings. Finch ultimately fell to Sodhi within the 16th over however Maxwell put his foot on the fuel pedal within the subsequent two overs. He smacked 4 fours and two sixes off Neesham to assemble 28 runs within the 17th over.

In reply, New Zealand had been knocked by Agar’s six-wicket haul. Whereas Riley Meredith took 2-24 in his worldwide debut, Agar ran riot to bowl New Zealand out for 144 in 17.1 overs.



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