IPL 2021 Auction: Glenn Maxwell was offered to Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs. 14.25 crore after an extreme offering battle with Chennai Super Kings.
Australia’s Glenn Maxwell was gotten for an astounding 14.25 crore by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) at the Indian Premier League 2021 sale after a serious offering battle with Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Maxwell, who had a frustrating season in IPL 2020 where he oversaw only 108 runs from 13 matches, has a noteworthy generally record in the IPL of 1505 runs from 83 games at a strike pace of 154.67. He was delivered by Punjab Kings in front of the closeout. He has been a backbone in the Australian restricted overs set-up and has 1687 runs from 67 T20Is notwithstanding 6581 runs in general from 301 T20s at 27.19 and a strike pace of 152.05.
Maxwell has delighted in a decent run of structure as of late too, hitting 66, 37 and 70 in the Big Bash League for Melbourne Stars.
Maxwell’s huge hitting capacity and his accomplishment in India in past IPL seasons were factors behind groups offering for him forcefully.
At long last, for RCB, Maxwell was a substitution for Moeen Ali, another enormous hitting all-rounder whom they had delivered in front of the bartering.
RCB had gone into the sale with a compensation cap of Rs. 35.4 crore. With any semblance of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers in their middle, Maxwell’s expansion will just support their batting line-up.
RCB had likewise delivered Maxwell’s companion and long-term Australia colleague Aaron Finch in front of the bartering. Be that as it may, Maxwell is probably not going to supplant Finch at the highest point of the request however the Australian has played as an opener previously.
Maxwell’s best IPL season came in 2014 when he crushed 552 runs from 16 matches at 34.50 and a strike pace of 187.75.
Riding on Maxwell’s standout exertion, Punjab Kings made the last of the alliance that season and wrapped sprinters up to Kolkata Knight Riders.