Virender Sehwag, who is known for the furious innings on the field, is known for his comments after retirement. Glenn Maxwell, who performed poorly in IPL 2020, was ridiculed by Veeru as a cheerleader for 10 crores. Now the first response has come from the Australian club.
In fact, Kings XI Punjab bought Gleam Maxwell for a huge sum of 10 crores. In return, the team management was also expecting an innings of a Dhansu game from Glenn. But this right-handed batsman contributed only 103 runs in 13 matches. Failed on every occasion where the team needed.
On his YouTube channel 'Veeru Ki Samayan', Sehwag had said that Glenn Maxwell, the cheerleader of 10 crore rupees, Punjab was very heavy. His IPL routine for a few years has been to do tricks. This season he even broke its record. This is called a holiday with a big income. Apart from Maxwell, Veeru also pulled Dale Steyn.
Now Maxwell hit back saying that he is not at all shocked by this comment of Sehwag. This is not the first time this has happened. Sehwag has also been a cricketer and mentor of Kings XI Punjab. Further, Maxwell says, 'Veeru does not like me and speaks highly of it. They can speak whatever they like. Because of such statements, they remain in the news, so it is okay. I proceed with dealing with such things. '
It would be surprising to know that Maxwell's bat, known for batting, did not get out for a six in the current season. If he had hit the last ball in his highest score of 32 against Kolkata Knight Riders, his team would have won the match. KXIP will hardly bet on Maxwell next season after this game.