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Glenn Maxwell recalls the late-night pub incident that resulted in hospitalization: “It affected my family more.”

<p>Amazing Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell spoke about being admitted to the hospital after a late-night bar mishap. Maxwell passed out following a night out in Adelaide and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. According to reports, Maxwell engaged in a late-night drinking spree that had unintended repercussions.</p>
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<p>In the interim. The colorful all-round player gave Australia an unstoppable 2-0 lead in the three-match series with a magnificent century against the West Indies.</p>
<p>The Australian sensation achieved the milestone in 50 balls and recorded his quickest T20I century at home.</p>
<p>After the game, Maxwell said, “I think probably it affected my family a little bit more than it affected me.”</p>
<p>“I knew I was off that week.” It’s also evident that the incident’s timing wasn’t optimal. However, I knew I had that week free from the game because I had that week off,” Maxwell said.</p>
<p>With a great century, the Australian celebrity was delighted to finally make the most of his recent trip to Adelaide.</p>
<p>“My parents are also present here. Thus, I had a few ill-fated excursions to Adelaide, with them visiting a few times. I was hurt as a result. When they attempted to visit Adelaide the previous time, I believe I fractured my leg. So, it’s good to turn things around,” Maxwell said to the commentator during the half-inning interval.</p>
<p>In the second Twenty20 International against the West Indies on Sunday, Maxwell amassed an undefeated 120 off 55 balls, matching India captain Rohit Sharma’s record for the most hundreds in men’s T20Is.</p>
<p>He crushed the West Indies with a fifty-ball century to lead Australia to a massive 241/4 against them. The West Indies rallied but lost the game by 34 runs.</p>
<p>The 35-year-old noted that Australia doesn’t have many games left to prepare for the T20 World Cup, but remarked</p>
<p>“We are aware that the (T20) World Cup approaches swiftly and that we have four international matches remaining before it. Finally, the all-round player said, “I just try to make sure I’m in the best possible frame of mind for that tournament.”</p>

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