Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has been scrutinized for his Switch hit shot that divided the cricket world. The debate over the controversial shot has intensified as former Australian captain Ian Chappell declared it “unfair” for a batsman to run into a field team. Chappell has even gone so far as to ask the International Cricket Council (ICC) to ban the cricket shot. Glenn Maxwell has defended it, but the debate refuses to subside.
Now, BCCI president and former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has opened the controversial shot, saying he has no problem with the popular stroke in modern cricket.
« The game went on, so I don’t see how we can take this popular stroke away from modern batsmen, » Mid-Day’s Ganguly was quoted as saying.
“You need a lot of strength to play such a brave shot. Aside from timing and foot movement, there are many other things required to play this stroke, ”he added.
« Kevin Pietersen was the first to play this shot. David Warner’s name should also come here. It’s a very good shot if you can hit it well, ”he added.
Meanwhile, Matthew Wade’s second half-century in a row was complemented by Glenn Maxwell’s blazing stroke game when Australia scored 186-5 in a match against India in the third and final T20 International in Sydney on Tuesday.
Wade, who has played all of his big T20 strokes against India, has hit his way on 80 of 53 balls with the help of seven fours and two sixs. Struggling with timing initially, Maxwell also appeared during the final six overs with a 35-ball-54 and a third wicket booth of 90 runs in 8. 4 overs with calf.
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