(World Cup 2023) Virat Kohli Hailed Glenn Maxwell’s Powerful 201* Against Afghanistan-TGN

 Virat Kohli Hailed Glenn Maxwell’s Brilliance: It was mission impossible but the mercurial Glenn Maxwell did the unthinkable last night during the Australia vs Afghanistan World Cup 2023 clash at the Wankhede Stadium. Despite battling pain and exhaustion, Glenn Maxwell stood tall against all odds as he single-handedly snatched victory from the jaws of defeat

Glenn Maxwell lit up the Wankhede Stadium with his fours and sixes as he played one of the greatest-ever ODI knocks. Chasing a strong total of 292-run target at the Wankhede Stadium, the Australian team was struggling at 49 for 4 in 8.2 overs when Maxwell came to bat as a No.6 batter. Soon, Australia slipped to 7-91 before Glenn Maxwell started assaulting the Afghanistan bowlers with the bat.

Maxwell added 202 runs for the eighth wicket with captain Pat Cummins (12*) to help Australia chase down the target of 293 runs in 46.5 overs. The victory over Afghanistan was Australia’s most successful chase in the ODI World Cup history, and with their sixth win in a row, the Australians have now qualified for the semi-finals as well, where they will lock horns with South Africa.

It was an innings of a lifetime. He scored an incredible unbeaten 201 as Australia defeated Afghanistan by 3 wickets to clinch a stunning win.

Virat Kohli Hailed Glenn Maxwell’s Powerful 201* Against Afghanistan

Meanwhile, social media has been buzzing with amazing reactions and tributes from the cricketing fraternity and fans around the world. However, one of the most special praises came from the batting maestro and his RCB teammate, Virat Kohli.

Virat Kohli took to his social media and posted a story dedicated to Maxi. In his story, Kohli hailed the brilliance of Maxwell and wrote:

“Only you could do this. Freak @gmaxi_32”

Check out the story shared by Kohli:

Virat Kohli's Tweet for Glenn Maxwell Has Gone Viral

During the post-match ceremony, Maxi was asked how he felt physically after the draining knock, he said:

“Terrific. I’m stoked,” He added: “Obviously, it was quite hot when we were fielding. I didn’t do much high-intensity training in the heat and it got to me. It was good to stick out till the end.”

Not too much to be honest (plans at 49 for 4). Just stick to our batting plans. I was trying to be positive and take them on. If I had defended all the way, I would have lost my wicket. That lbw call as well and I decided to go after the bowling,”

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