Glenn Maxwell mentioned that he was fantastic with among the feedback Virender Sehwag made about him.© BCCI/IPL
Virender Sehwag did not mince phrases in his evaluation of Glenn Maxwell’s efficiency within the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 season within the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The former India opener went to the extent of labelling the Australian a “10-crore cheerleader” who, in line with Sehwag, was on a “highly-paid vacation” within the UAE. Glenn Maxwell has lastly responded to Sehwag’s remark, however the Australian did not get right into a mud-slinging match with the ex-Indian cricketer. Instead, Maxwell brushed apart Sehwag’s remarks by saying that he was fantastic together with his “outspoken” remarks.
“It’s ok. Viru is pretty outspoken with his dislike of me, and that’s fine. He’s allowed to say whatever he likes,” Maxwell was quoted as saying by The West Australian.
“He’s in the media for such statements, so that’s fine. I deal with that and move on, and take it with a grain of salt with Sehwag.”
Maxwell, who had taken a quick break from cricket, attributable to well being points, mentioned that the day without work cricket had helped him take care of these “sorts of things”.
“I think I’m better equipped with dealing with those sorts of things now,” Maxwell mentioned.
“I think in hindsight it was a pretty good time to go through something like that where I was able to put some groundwork in to deal with adversity. This year has certainly been a massive test of it.”
The Australian had a torrid time within the IPL 2020. He performed 13 matches for Kings XI Punjab, managing to attain simply 108 runs at a median of 15.42 and a strike price of 101.88.
Maxwell, who goes by the identify of ‘Big Show’ thanks his boundary-hitting exploits, did not handle to hit even a single six within the entirety of IPL 2020.
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