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[Watch] 'Haris Rauf Never Listens, Always Bowls Bouncer' - Mic'd Up Glenn Maxwell Gets Comical

image-lqkltdupHaris Rauf, Glenn Maxwell for Melbourne Stars (X.com)

Big Bash League season 13 is currently underway in Australia, and Aussie all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has taken the league by storm with his witty nature.

During a recent matchup against Sydney Thunder, the Melbourne Stars captain was mic'd up, and he went on a hilarious spree to provide in-field commentary to the viewers.

Maxwell quipped at Pakistani pacer Haris Rauf, saying that fast bowlers do not listen to what's being conveyed and always want to bowl a bouncer. Further, he asked Bret Lee, sitting in the commentary box, to shed light, to which Lee said that there's nothing wrong with that attitude.

Maxwell playfully added that what's the point of having team meetings if the players don't listen and stick to the game plan?

Further, in the compilation video shared by BBL, Glenn Maxwell shared his hilarious takes on fielding efforts and bowlers' lengths. 

He also laughed off his error in the field, saying that he would have grabbed that with closed eyes a couple of years or maybe four months ago. But his fitness has taken a hit since the ODI World Cup.

Overall, Maxwell's in-field commentary resonated with a broad audience, including those who might not be avid cricket fans. The snippets of humour and candid remarks made the game more accessible and showcased cricket's fun side. 

The compilation video shared by BBL not only entertained fans but also highlighted the potential for innovative and engaging content within the realm of professional cricket.

Glenn Maxwell is coming off a successful ODI World Cup campaign wherein he delivered one of the best knocks of ODI history. After a tiring WC campaign, Maxwell seems to be blowing off some steam in the ongoing BBL season.

Coming back to the game, Maxwell ended up on the losing side as Sydney Thunder chased down the target of 172 with 10 balls to spare.