Glenn Maxwell RCB Team Social Media Troll New Zealand vs Australia Twitter Fans | Glenn Maxwell sold for 14.25 crore poor flop, trolled Virat Kohli’s RCB

Christchurch: Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, sold for 14.25 crore at the 2021 IPL auction, is trolled on social media after his flop performance. Glenn Maxwell was absent for only one set in the first match of the T20 series played on New Zealand soil.

In this T20 match against New Zealand, Australia suffered a crushing 53-point loss. Glenn Maxwell is trolled because of his poor performance. Apart from that, fans are also targeting the RCB team, who bought Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) at a whopping price of Rs 14.25 crore.

RCB players in today’s Aus vs NZ game

Josh Philippe 2 (3)
Maxwell 1 (5)
Daniel Sams 4-0-40-2
Adam Zampa 3-0-20-0
Kane Richardson 4-0-42-0
Kyle Jamieson 3-0-32-1

RCB fans:

– Mysuru Memes (@MysuruMemes) February 22, 2021

Daniel Sams 4-0-40-2
K. Richardson 4-0-42-0
Josh Philippe 2 (3)
Maxwell 1 (5)

RCB ::

– THUG 1 (@ thug1one) February 22, 2021

Bad day for the RCBians who played this game

Philippe: 2 (3)
Maxwell: 1 (5), 0-9 (1)
Sat: 1 (3), 2–40 (4)
Zampa: 13 * (8), 0-20 (3)
K Richardson: 5 (5), 0-42 (4)
Jamieson: 1-32 (3)

– Virarsh (@ Cheeku218) February 22, 2021

Daniel Sams and Kane Richardson were brutally crushed in death over. Next is Kyle Jamieson.

RCB could be the first team to concede 300 in T20 cricket.

– Sai Krishna (@SaiKingkohli) February 22, 2021

In this match against New Zealand, the performance of Aussie players Glenn Maxwell, Danien Sams and Ken Richardson was so poor that fans started to troll RCB fiercely on Twitter. Glenn Maxwell was bought by RCB for 14.25 crore, while RCB retained Ken Richardson.

Daniel Symes was traded by RCB to the Delhi capitals. Richardson took 42 races in four rounds without a wicket, while Daniel Samms took 2 wickets for 42 races in 4 rounds. Star drummer Glenn Maxwell was fired for 1 point.


At the same time, New Zealand drummer Devon Conway vented his anger against Australia by playing a stormy round in the first T20, if not sold at IPL auction.

Devon Conway scored 99 undefeated on 59 balls in the first T20 against Australia, forcing all teams to think there was no foul. Conway’s innings consisted of 10 fours and 3 sixes.