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Glenn Maxwell 44* Runs off 19 Balls IPL 2017 Innings Video Highlights vs Rising Pune Supergiant

If you want to search one of the most destructive players of IPL 2017 cricket, then Glenn Maxwell is one of them. And, he proved it in the Match-4 by making 43 Runs off 19 Balls, against Rising Pune Supergiant team. Glenn Maxwell is the captain of Kings XI Punjab team. KXIP plays its 1st match of VIVO IPL 2017 at their own home ground Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore vs RPS. Maxwell almost hit his 1st Half Century of VIVO IPL 2017.

KXIP was chasing the score of 164 runs. RPS scored 163 runs by loosing 6 wickets. Glenn Maxwell IPL 10 44 not out runs Inning made very viewer of IPL stunned, because he hit 2 Super Fours and 4 Yes Bank Maximum Sixes top around the Ground. Spectators cheering in the stadium for the Glenn Maxwell Innings of IPL 2017. Meanwhile, we can say a captaincy knock from the Maxwell. He carry forward his Batting form from the Test series of India vs Australia 2017.

Watch Glenn Maxwell IPL 10 Innings Video Highlights vs RPS IPL 2017

Glenn Maxwell tees off a big hit down the ground, Kings XI Punjab v Rising Pune Supergiant, IPL 2017, Indore, April 8, 2017

Imran Tahir to Maxwell, 1 run, back of a length googly, shuffles across and works it to deep backward square leg
Imran Tahir to Maxwell, 1 run, tossed up outside off, lands on a good length. Don't think Maxwell knew which way it was turning. It was the legbreak, and he reads it off the pitch and opens his bat face to dab behind point
Kings XI Punjab 88/4   GJ Maxwell 2* (2b)
Chahar to Maxwell, SIX, bam. Floated up outside off, lands right in Maxwell's slot, just takes a big step out and lets his bat flow through a clean lofted hit, straight back over the bowler
Chahar to Maxwell, 1 run, length ball on middle and off, opens his bat face to dab towards point
Chahar to Maxwell, 4 runs, length ball pitching middle and leg and turning towards middle, clipped gently towards deep midwicket. Just enough weight on the shot to allow them to run two. They end up running four after a direct hit at the bowler's end runs away for overthrows. They're checking with the third umpire anyway. Miller was well in at that point. Not sure who the thrower was.
Chahar to Maxwell, 1 wide, quickish delivery down the leg side. I don't know how many wides he's bowled today. Too wide for Maxwell to get bat on the glance
Chahar to Maxwell, 1 run, too quick and flat, on middle and leg, for Maxwell to time his slog or get elevation. Cleared his front leg. Ended up dragging it along the ground to long-on
Kings XI Punjab 102/4   GJ Maxwell 14* (6b 1x6)
Bhatia to Maxwell, FOUR, back of a length on middle stump, and Maxwell does brilliantly to hit that for four. He knows it's going to be stump-to-stump, so exposes all his stumps, makes a lot of room, and slaps it away to the cover boundary
Bhatia to Maxwell, 2 wides, what Maxwell did the previous ball makes Bhatia change his line, and Maxwell moves across to pick up a wide down the leg side. Dhoni fumbles to allow another run
Kings XI Punjab 110/4   GJ Maxwell 18* (7b 1x4 1x6)
Stokes to Maxwell, no run, short, angling in sharply. Looks to make room and stab it over short third man. Can't get bat on it.
Stokes to Maxwell, FOUR, short, wide, cracked away powerfully and even though deep point has only 10 yards or so to cover to his right, he had no chance
Stokes to Maxwell, 1 run, full on off stump. Looks to shuffle across and whip it into the leg side. Inside-edges into his pad, and then it dribbles into the square leg region. He was plumb if there was no edge on it. Huge appeal, rightly given not out
Stokes to Maxwell, no run, length ball slanting into the pads, whipped powerfully but straight to midwicket
Stokes to Maxwell, SIX, fullish on middle stump, and Maxwell, being Maxwell plays it with the field in mind. Makes himself room and launches it over mid-off, who's in the circle, lots of bottom hand, and it sails all the way over the rope
Kings XI Punjab 128/4   GJ Maxwell 29* (12b 2x4 2x6)
Imran Tahir to Maxwell, SIX, short, and Maxwell rocks back in an instant to pull this up and over. Into the gap between long-on and deep midwicket as well. The placement helped, because he didn't middle it, ended up slicing underneath it somewhat
Imran Tahir to Maxwell, SIX, another short ball, and this time he's smashed it. Monstrous pull waaay over wide long-on
Imran Tahir to Maxwell, no run, floaty legbreak wide of off stump. Maxwell is beaten in the air, beaten by the lack of pace. Looks to launch that over mid-off, ends up swinging through thin air
Imran Tahir to Maxwell, 1 run, full-toss, hip-high, angling down leg, swatted away to deep square leg
Kings XI Punjab 142/4   GJ Maxwell 42* (16b 2x4 4x6)
Chahar to Maxwell, no run, legbreak tossed up outside off, turns a long way and Maxwell's slog hits the toe end and rolls to midwicket
Chahar to Maxwell, 1 leg bye, looks for the reverse-sweep, misses, and Dhoni bellows a huge appeal for lbw. Looks to have pitched in line and gone straight on. May have been sliding down leg
Kings XI Punjab 145/4   GJ Maxwell 42* (18b 2x4 4x6)

Stokes to Maxwell, 1 wide, predictably, given the field, a bouncer, and he loses his line and whangs it a long way down the leg side while taking a tumble in his follow-through
Stokes to Maxwell, 1 run
Kings XI Punjab 164/4   GJ Maxwell 44* (20b 2x4 4x6)


Steven Smith: "Probably wasn't quite enough. The wicket hardened up a bit, came on a bit nicer in the second innings. Was hard work in the afternoon, wicket was a bit tacky. We needed more, but we did well to get what we got after our start. We probably needed to play a bit more aggressively, without fear, should have gone a bit harder. 160 was reasonable, but we probably needed more than that."
7.25pm Pune remain win-less while batting first. Their total, 163 on a good batting pitch, was really not challenging enough today. Kings XI got themselves into a bit of trouble after their promotion of Axar Patel went wrong for them, but Maxwell and Miller did what Maxwell and Miller are renowned for, putting on an unbroken 79 off 52 to steer them home comfortably. Maxwell ends up with 44 off 20, and I now realise Miller faced seven balls more than his captain today.
Stokes to Maxwell, 1 run, full on off stump, and that is that. A straight-bat push to the left of midwicket, off a full ball on off stump, and a quick single
One to win now.
Stokes to Maxwell, 1 wide, predictably, given the field, a bouncer, and he loses his line and whangs it a long way down the leg side while taking a tumble in his follow-through
Two to win. Will this be the last ball? Mid-on and mid-off inside the circle.
Stokes to Miller, 1 run, wide yorker, slashed away, thick edge down to third man
Stokes to Miller, no run, sees him coming down the track and cramps him with a slower ball into the body. Defends with a straight bat into the covers
Stokes to Miller, no run, wide yorker, Miller gets down low, looks for the flat-bat slap, and misses
Stokes to Miller, FOUR, short, gets up to chest height, and Miller is back and across in a flash to pull it, bat coming from up to down, and swivels to place it to the left of deep square leg. Super shot
Stokes to Miller, no run, back of a length close to off stump, a bit of off-cut on that. Miller gets behind it to defend to short cover

Stokes around the wicket to Miller.

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