In an attempt to prepare for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, belligerent Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell featured in county cricket in England. His stint with Lancashire wasn’t fruitful as Maxwell failed to make his presence felt with the bat. However, the 30-year old delivered a strong bowling show by completing his quota in 4 of the 6 games.
Shedding light on his recent bowling displays, the sagacious cricketer added that he was able to rediscover his bowling rhythm. Producing good bowling performances jubilated him as Maxwell aims to do more of the same for Australia in the forthcoming mega-event.
In addition to that, the Victoria born cricketer is open to play a floating batting role for his national team as he did in the last edition of the World Cup where Maxwell amassed 324 runs at 64.80 in 8 games. Australia’s World Cup campaign is set to kick off with a game against Afghanistan on June 1. Before that, Kangaroos will play England and Sri Lanka in the warm-up games.