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Glenn Maxwell needs to Prove himself in the Upcoming IPL 2021

The Indian Premier League is about to kick off in a few days. Each and every team is working so hard during the training sessions to make sure that they make every single bit of their blood and sweat to take home the most superior trophy in the cricket world. The Royal Challengers Bangalore is doing the most of their ability in the practice as the franchise has been arranging a practice session to get the players back into shape and give them the eagerness to take on the field against Mumbai Indians.

The Royal Challengers Bangalore all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has already joined the camp after completing his mandatory quarantine period and the team is very much happy with it. In the video released by the team in their social media twitter you can see the famous finisher who got off the striking start, you can see him hitting the ace leg break bowler Yuzvendra Chahal for counter sweep and switch hit. As Glenn Maxwell caught each of the bowlers top cleaners in his first practice tryout for the RCB, he also drew some unorthodox shots versus Daniel Christian.

The astonishing amount spent by the Royal Challengers Bangalore team on Glenn Maxwell has made a lot of people in disbelief in the cricket world because Maxwell came out as a huge failure in the 2020 Indian Premier League. In spite of being known for his furious power hitting, Glenn Maxwell didn’t do well in IPL 2020 as he failed to hit even a single maximum and only set just 108 runs in 13 matches. Despite that, Maxwell managed to deliver himself to be picked in the T20 Extravaganza after becoming the match smasher for Australia in the international round. The team wants Maxwell to make his game worthy of his paycheck that’s why the Royal Challengers Bangalore team have high hopes from him. In the IPL 2021 auction the Virat Kohli-led side took the service of Glenn Maxwell and spent an enormous amount of 14.25 crores.

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