In the second T20I match being played against West Indies, Australian player Glenn Maxwell scored a stormy century with a strike rate of more than 200 and equaled the world record of Indian team captain Rohit Sharma in T20 International cricket. Let us tell you that on Sunday, the second T20 match was played between Australia and West Indies at Adelaide Oval ground. Star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has achieved this position in this match.
Maxwell, playing the 102nd T20 International match of his career, scored the fifth century of his career. Maxwell completed this century with the help of 9 fours and 7 sixes in 50 balls. During this, he also equaled the world record of Indian team captain Rohit Sharma.
Actually, Glenn Maxwell scored a brilliant century against West Indies. During this period, Maxwell has jointly become the first batsman in the world to score the most centuries in T20 International cricket. Maxnell equaled the world record of Indian team captain Rohit Sharma in this matter.
Maxwell also has five T20 International centuries in his account, equal to Rohit. Maxwell achieved this feat in 94 innings, while Rohit achieved this feat in 143 innings. Suryakumar Yadav is present at third place in the list with a total of 4 centuries.
David Warner scored 22 only
The Australian team had a bad start in the second T20 match of AUS vs WI, where David Warner could score only 22 runs, while Josh English was out after scoring 4 runs in 6 balls. Mitchell Marsh could score only 29 runs in 12 balls. After this, Maxwell, who came to bat at number 4, took charge of the team’s innings and played an unbeaten inning of 120 runs in 55 balls, which included 12 fours and 8 sixes. Looking at Glenn Maxwell’s innings, it seemed that he had already come with the mood set.