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Glenn Maxwell Slips During Birthday Celebration & Got fractures in his Leg

Glenn Maxwell: After flamboyant all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was involved in a strange accident at a birthday party in Melbourne, the Australian squad has faced another physical setback.

The Australian cricketer, who fractured his left fibula and required surgery, is anticipated to miss the rest of the Australian cricket summer. He will not play in Australia’s forthcoming ODI series against England.

Which will start the following week. Australia’s championship defense in the T20 World Cup came to an end in defeat on home soil, and Glenn Maxwell had a disappointing tournament.

But the all-rounder died in a terrible accident just as he was expected to contribute to the upcoming ODI series against rival England. Maxwell apparently fell while sprinting at a Melbourne friend’s birthday celebration.

Glenn Maxwell: Pat Cummins Is New White Ball Captain

Glenn Maxwell Slips During Birthday Celebration & Got fractures in his Leg
Glenn Maxwell Slips During Birthday Celebration & Got fractures in his Leg

Maxwell is feeling terrific. Given that Glenn had been playing well over his last few games, it was a tragic accident, and we grieve for him. We will continue to support Glenn throughout his recovery.

And rehabilitation because he is a crucial component of our white ball system, according to Australia’s selection chief George Bailey. After suffering an injury, the well-known cricketer had surgery, which kept him from playing for a while.

Maxwell’s successor for the ODI series has been named as Australian bowler Sean Abbott. After Aaron Finch announced his retirement from ODIs in the run-up to the T20 World Cup. Pat Cummins will captain the Australian team for his maiden assignment as the white-ball leader.

READ MORE: Hardik Pandya as Captain, Inclusion of Ashish Nehra in Coaching Staff- Harbhajan Singh Suggests Changes

Glenn Maxwell: Sean Abbott Replace Him

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Sean Abbott will take Maxwell’s place in Australia’s ODI squad for the series against England that begins on November 17. He played for the Australian team that hosted the T20 World Cup in 2022. Scoring 118 runs over the course of four innings while also picking up three wickets.

Along with Virat Kohli and Mohammad Siraj. Maxwell was retained by RCB for Rs 11 crore prior to the IPL 2022 auction. George Bailey, Australia’s national selector, stated that Maxwell is “in excellent humour” following the procedure.

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Bailey was reported by the Sydney Morning Herald as saying. “It was a tragic tragedy and we feel for Glenn in the circumstances considering that he was in terrific form in his last few games.”

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The board will continue to support Maxwell through. “Healing and rehabilitation,” he said, noting that the player is a “vital part” of Australia’s white-ball cricket system.

Glenn Maxwell: After flamboyant all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was involved in a strange accident at a birthday party in Melbourne, the Australian squad has faced another physical setback.

The Australian cricketer, who fractured his left fibula and required surgery, is anticipated to miss the rest of the Australian cricket summer. He will not play in Australia’s forthcoming ODI series against England.

Which will start the following week. Australia’s championship defense in the T20 World Cup came to an end in defeat on home soil, and Glenn Maxwell had a disappointing tournament.

But the all-rounder died in a terrible accident just as he was expected to contribute to the upcoming ODI series against rival England. Maxwell apparently fell while sprinting at a Melbourne friend’s birthday celebration.

Glenn Maxwell: Pat Cummins Is New White Ball Captain

Glenn Maxwell Slips During Birthday Celebration & Got fractures in his Leg
Glenn Maxwell Slips During Birthday Celebration & Got fractures in his Leg

Maxwell is feeling terrific. Given that Glenn had been playing well over his last few games, it was a tragic accident, and we grieve for him. We will continue to support Glenn throughout his recovery.

And rehabilitation because he is a crucial component of our white ball system, according to Australia’s selection chief George Bailey. After suffering an injury, the well-known cricketer had surgery, which kept him from playing for a while.

Maxwell’s successor for the ODI series has been named as Australian bowler Sean Abbott. After Aaron Finch announced his retirement from ODIs in the run-up to the T20 World Cup. Pat Cummins will captain the Australian team for his maiden assignment as the white-ball leader.

READ MORE: Hardik Pandya as Captain, Inclusion of Ashish Nehra in Coaching Staff- Harbhajan Singh Suggests Changes

Glenn Maxwell: Sean Abbott Replace Him

Sean Abbott will take Maxwell’s place in Australia’s ODI squad for the series against England that begins on November 17. He played for the Australian team that hosted the T20 World Cup in 2022. Scoring 118 runs over the course of four innings while also picking up three wickets.

Along with Virat Kohli and Mohammad Siraj. Maxwell was retained by RCB for Rs 11 crore prior to the IPL 2022 auction. George Bailey, Australia’s national selector, stated that Maxwell is “in excellent humour” following the procedure.

Bailey was reported by the Sydney Morning Herald as saying. “It was a tragic tragedy and we feel for Glenn in the circumstances considering that he was in terrific form in his last few games.”

The board will continue to support Maxwell through. “Healing and rehabilitation,” he said, noting that the player is a “vital part” of Australia’s white-ball cricket system.

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Glenn Maxwell: After flamboyant all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was involved in a strange accident at a birthday party in Melbourne, the Australian squad has faced another physical setback.

The Australian cricketer, who fractured his left fibula and required surgery, is anticipated to miss the rest of the Australian cricket summer. He will not play in Australia’s forthcoming ODI series against England.

Which will start the following week. Australia’s championship defense in the T20 World Cup came to an end in defeat on home soil, and Glenn Maxwell had a disappointing tournament.

But the all-rounder died in a terrible accident just as he was expected to contribute to the upcoming ODI series against rival England. Maxwell apparently fell while sprinting at a Melbourne friend’s birthday celebration.

Glenn Maxwell: Pat Cummins Is New White Ball Captain

Glenn Maxwell Slips During Birthday Celebration & Got fractures in his Leg
Glenn Maxwell Slips During Birthday Celebration & Got fractures in his Leg

Maxwell is feeling terrific. Given that Glenn had been playing well over his last few games, it was a tragic accident, and we grieve for him. We will continue to support Glenn throughout his recovery.

And rehabilitation because he is a crucial component of our white ball system, according to Australia’s selection chief George Bailey. After suffering an injury, the well-known cricketer had surgery, which kept him from playing for a while.

Maxwell’s successor for the ODI series has been named as Australian bowler Sean Abbott. After Aaron Finch announced his retirement from ODIs in the run-up to the T20 World Cup. Pat Cummins will captain the Australian team for his maiden assignment as the white-ball leader.

READ MORE: Hardik Pandya as Captain, Inclusion of Ashish Nehra in Coaching Staff- Harbhajan Singh Suggests Changes

Glenn Maxwell: Sean Abbott Replace Him

Sean Abbott will take Maxwell’s place in Australia’s ODI squad for the series against England that begins on November 17. He played for the Australian team that hosted the T20 World Cup in 2022. Scoring 118 runs over the course of four innings while also picking up three wickets.

Along with Virat Kohli and Mohammad Siraj. Maxwell was retained by RCB for Rs 11 crore prior to the IPL 2022 auction. George Bailey, Australia’s national selector, stated that Maxwell is “in excellent humour” following the procedure.

Bailey was reported by the Sydney Morning Herald as saying. “It was a tragic tragedy and we feel for Glenn in the circumstances considering that he was in terrific form in his last few games.”

The board will continue to support Maxwell through. “Healing and rehabilitation,” he said, noting that the player is a “vital part” of Australia’s white-ball cricket system.

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