Watch: Glenn Maxwell stunned by Jimmy Neesham’s six, did this shameful act in a LIVE match


The first match of the World Cup Super-12 was played between the host team Australia and New Zealand today. In this match, the New Zealand batsmen beat the Australian bowling fiercely. Devon Conway and Finn Allen put on a great partnership for the opening wicket. But in the last over of this match, Glenn Maxwell’s mercury got high and in anger, he loaded the boundary rope and slipped it. After this incident, this video of Maxwell is going viral. Let’s know what is the whole matter through this article-

Glenn Maxwell kicks at the boundary line

Batting first, the New Zealand team blew up the Australian bowlers. All the bowlers of Australia were seen rushing throughout the match to take wickets. And the 20th over of the innings was going on. Neesham was batting at the crease and Hazlewood was bowling. Then on the last ball of the 20th over, Neesham hit a six on his ball towards the log-on.

Glenn Maxwell was stationed there at the same time. He jumped that ball and tried to catch it. But he failed to catch the catch and the ball turned into a six. Just then a stunned Maxwell was seen hitting the boundary rope with his foot hard.

Maxwell fell victim to Ish Sodhi for 28 runs

After not running for long in the form of opening partnership Finch and Warner, everyone was looking forward to Glenn Maxwell doing well today. But the opposite happened. At the same time, he lost his wicket in the affair of hitting a ball from Ish Sodhi. He scored 28 runs in 20 balls with the help of 3 fours and 1 six. Let us tell you that the start of the Australian team in the match was very poor. Protection Status
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