Glenn Maxwell’s marvellous knock delivered Australia their first limited-overs series win in over a year.
The 30-year-old played an impressive knock to stun the hosts, with 7 fours and 9 sixes, the right-hander smashed an unbeaten 113 off just 55 balls to guide Australia to a remarkable victory in the end.
Here’s how Twitter responded to Maxwell’s form..
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) February 27, 2019
In case we didn’t already know, Glenn Maxwell must bat top 5 in the ODI World Cup.
— Tom Morris (@tommorris32) February 27, 2019
What a chase! Brilliant, just brilliant! Take a bow Glenn Maxwell. What a knock by him!#INDvAUS #T20 #cricket #cricketnews #bcci #cricketseason #cricketgame #cricketaustralia #cricketcomeshomes #cricketingfans #cricketmerijaan #cricketcrazy #cricketisreligion #cricketupdate pic.twitter.com/EMfHg0PCEN
— Yahoo! Cricket (@YahooCricket) February 27, 2019
#INDvAUS, 2nd T20I: Glenn Maxwell's century leads Australia to historic series win
— CricketCountry (@cricket_country) February 27, 2019
This was the 18th consecutive T20I game where India used only five specialist bowlers. No 6th bowler! Clearly missing someone who'd give 2-3 overs
For the 1st time, India have lost 2 T20I bilateral series back to back
Well played, Glenn Maxwell – 3rd T20I ton@Gmaxi_32 #INDvAUS
— Sarang Bhalerao (@bhaleraosarang) February 27, 2019
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) February 27, 2019