Maybe a Mankad, Glenn Maxwell on his first wicket

Maybe a Mankad, Glenn Maxwell on his first wicket

Maybe a Mankad, Glenn Maxwell on his first wicket [Pic Source : Cricket.com.au/twitter]

During the 7th match of the Australian domestic tournament Marsh cup between Queensland versus Victoria. When Victoria’s player Glenn Maxwell was doing fielding, Commentator asked him, “How would you get the first wicket?” “Maybe a Mankad,” Glenn Maxwell funnily replied. It’s mean Glenn Maxwell takes his first wickets via Mankad. During the IPL 2019, Jos Buttler got out by Ashwin and that wicket was thrown the Mankad.

Glenn Maxwell hits three back to back sixes to Jhye Richardson

In this match, Queensland has batted first and scores 322 runs with the loss of 9 wickets. Usman Khawaja scores a brilliant century. Victoria needs 323 runs to win.

Here the Video

https://twitter.com/cricketcomau/status/1178121177346134016

https://www.instagram.com/p/B2-laLVnuz_/

Aaron Finch wants to give one more chance at Test cricket

During an interview with the SEN radio station, Finch stated, “For me personally, it’s about probably having one really good crack at trying to get back to the Test team again. The young guys who came in and did well throughout the back half of last summer did a really good job.”

“I still think that I’ve got one really good crack at it left in me. Obviously [I’ll] just try and get some runs, get some big runs there. That’s my plan,” Finch said.

“I think, the young kids who have come in a taken their opportunities, Kurtis Patterson and Travis Head, these guys have come in and done reasonably well when they’ve played. Kurtis got a hundred in the last Test that he played.

“Will Pucovski and that whole crop of young batters who are coming through are so talented, so I think I’ve got one more push in it for myself.”

“If it doesn’t happen, then it doesn’t happen. I’m comfortable with that. It will be nice to play a few Shield games in a row to be fair. It’s been a while since I’ve played more than one in a row.”

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