Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell’s destructive mood spoiled the party for the Indian cricket team in his 100th T20I game and made it even more special with an unbeaten 104 off 48 balls.
The captain of the Indian cricket team, Suryakumar Yadav, praised all-rounder Glenn Maxwell of Australia for his record-breaking ton against the Men in Blue in the third T20I at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium on Tuesday. The destructive mood of Maxwell spoiled the party for the Indian team in his 100th T20I game and made it even more special with an unbeaten 104 off 48 balls. He became the joint fastest Australian player to complete a century in the history of T20Is, joining Aaron Finch and Josh Inglis.
After the match, Surya sang praises of Maxwell, calling his innings “insane” and saying, “We just wanted to get Maxi out quickly; that was the plan. But when you’re defending 222 with so much dew, you have to give something to the bowlers. I felt like we played at Trivandrum; there was heavy dew, and they lost wickets early, but wickets in hand for them meant they were always in the game. I told the boys in the drinks break to get Maxwell out quickly, but that was insane.”