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Glenn Maxwell registered the common-fastest T20I century by an Australian during the third T20I against India at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati on Tuesday.
Maxwell reached the three- number mark in 47 balls with a four off the penultimate delivery of the match as Australia chased down a mammoth 223- run target with five lattices in hand.
The right- handed batter equalled the record of Josh Inglis, who also struck a 47- ball century before in the series in Visakhapatnam, and former commander Aaron Finch, who scored a century off as numerous balls against England in 2013.
This was Maxwell’s fourth T20I century and the Australian went position with Rohit Sharma for utmost hundreds in the format.
Maxwell’s knock helped Australia keep the five- match series alive after India won the first two games. still, the callers will miss Maxwell’s services for the remainder of the series as he’s set to return to Australia on Wednesday.
The 35- time-old has been in scorching form of late. He smashed a 40- ball hundred against Netherlands in the 2023 ODI World Cup last month to register the fastest century in the history of the event.
Maxwell followed it up with an unbeaten double- hundred against Afghanistan at the World Cup to help Australia pull off a stunning come- from- behind palm.
That is all we’ve from moment. What a series it has been, and who would have allowed
So soon after the World Cup. Centuries from Inglis, Gaikwad and Maxwell, a last- ball suspenser at the launch which was not a last- ball suspenser, five 200- plus summations in six innings, and sorely not important for the bowlers, except learning how to drift in similar unfriendly conditions. There is, of course, the larger picture of the T20 World Cup in just over six months, and the lower picture moment’s game ensures the series stays alive. Coming game on December 1 in Raipur, so see you that day. Until also, farewell and good luck! Know More Latest Cricket News…