WATCH: RCB share technique and planning behind Glenn Maxwell bid in IPL 2021 public sale

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RCB’s Director of cricket operations Mike Hesso

Australian batting all-rounder Glenn Maxwell‘s forgettable 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL) did not appear to matter on the 2021 public sale as Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) ended up signing him for Rs 14.25 crore. RCB on Monday tweeted a video that confirmed how they, led by director of cricket operations Mike Hesson, deliberate their bid for Maxwell.

Hesson defined within the video why RCB had been determined to signal Maxwell no matter what his type was final season. Maxwell had simply 108 runs in 13 innings at a median of 15.

“The explanation why we like him is that he is essentially the most harmful in overs 10-15. Since 2014 within the center overs, his common is 28 with a strike price of 161.5. That will do us fantastically,” Hesson says within the video.

“And he is usually a bowling choice. We want someone in that high 6 that may bowl Three-Four overs, however Maxwell can bowl two. These numbers are distinctive,” he additional says.

The RCB suppose tank predicted Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK) competing with them for Maxwell with Hesson calling the three-time champions “the one risk”. Because it turned out, it was a bidding conflict between RCB and CSK that led to Maxwell’s worth hovering to shut to Rs 15 crore. The 2 groups had been battling one another after Maxwell’s worth crossed Rs Four.Four crore.

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