Australia’s Glenn Maxwell is one of the most unorthodox and innovative batsmen in the history of cricket. From playing reverse-scoops to smashing fast bowlers over the wicketkeeper’s head, there is nothing that Glenn Maxwell can’t do with a cricket bat in his hand.
This time, it was in NatWest Blast T20 where he exploded from the very first ball of the of the match, hitting the ball over the boundary rope for six. The match was played between Yorkshire and Lancashire team at Leeds, where the latter decided to field first after winning the toss. Yorkshire scored 185 runs in their 20 overs quota. Then, Maxwell came on to bat and he was at the striker’s end. The bowler was spinner Steven Croft, and what happened next was just unbelievable!
Watch: Glenn Maxwell Plays The Most Unbelievable Cricket Shot Ever On The First Ball Of The Match