New Delhi: The ODI series being played between India and Australia has been unilateral so far. In both matches of the three-match series, In both matches before the three-match series, Australia scored a mountain-like score and then restricted India from making it and captured the series. In both matches, Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell played an explosive inning. Former Australian captain Ian Chappell is very happy with the batsman’s talent, but wants to ban one of his shot.
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Chappell has praised Maxwell for his innings against India. Maxwell hit switch hits several times during the match and also scored a six. Ian Chappell is not happy with this shot. He said that this is an injustice to the bowlers and it should be banned by the ICC.
Australia’s batting has been amazing. They have done everything very easy, especially Smith and Maxwell. Some have even put such shots which are difficult to believe. This switch hit is a really amazing talent, some of it is absolutely amazing skill, but it is not right.
How can you do that in a game, for example a bowler has to tell the umpire how he is going to bowl. On the other side, that batsman, he comes down to play as a right-handed batsman – if I am the captain, I will decorate the field for a right-handed batsman. but before the bowl is bowled the batsmen become left-handy.
If he is capable of doing his best footwork or in whatever way he is right then he deserves it, I will not have any problem with this but it is totally unjustice, I am very irritated about this it occurs. It is very easy. Maxwell hit a lot of such shots and Warner also played it on Sunday. All I want to do is that this shot is illegal when a batsman changes his hand or changes his foot position (before the bowler throw the Ball).
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