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In crisis Glenn Maxwell thrives

His 108 in a brilliant 212-run partnership with Alex Carey drove Australia to a three-wicket win in Manchester on Wednesday and a 2-1 series victory
Glenn Maxwell

Reuters   |   Melbourne   |   Published 18.09.20, 03:45 AM

Less than a year after withdrawing from cricket to tackle mental health issues, master blaster Glenn

Maxwell has reached a higher plain in the one-day format while helping Australia turn the tables on world champions England.

Maxwell’s 108 in a brilliant 212-run partnership with Alex Carey drove Australia to a three-wicket win in Manchester on Wednesday and a 2-1 series victory. “Everything pretty much went to plan, the way our partnership built was outstanding,” said Maxwell. “I feel like I’ve always batted better for Australia when we’ve been in a bit of trouble.”

The tour of England was the Melbourne man’s first taste of international cricket since last year.                        

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