Glenn Maxwell has set five world records with the cramp leg. Welcome to the world, Maxwell!

Glenn Maxwell 5 Big Records: Australia’s Glenn Maxwell plays a shot during the World Cup match against Afghanistan. Maxwell has set 5 world records with one leg. Maxwell was injured during the game, he was finding it difficult to even run away, he was falling while playing, but still he did not give up and single-handedly conquered the whole of Afghanistan. Maxwell scored 201 runs in 128 balls. Watching this match, all the cricket fans would have expressed their feelings and saluted Maxwell. Let us tell you which 5 world records Maxwell has created with this historic innings.

Glenn Maxwell became the first batsman to score a double century in the history of ODI cricket. There have been 11 double centuries in ODIs so far, but Maxwell is the only player who is not an opening batsman.

Australia’s Glenn Maxwell holds the record for scoring the most runs in ODI cricket. Shane Watson scored the highest score of 185 runs. This is Australia’s first double century in Test cricket.

Third record: Maxwell is the highest run scorer in ODI. While chasing, he left Fakhar Zaman behind by scoring 201 runs in one innings. Fakhar Zaman scored 193 runs while chasing against South Africa in 2021.

Fourth record: Glenn Maxwell and Pat Cummins have made the biggest partnership in ODI for the seventh wicket. Both of them made a partnership of 202 runs for the second wicket. Jos Buttler and Adil Rashid made a partnership of 177 runs for the seventh wicket.

Fifth Record:-Glenn Maxwell has made the most successful run chase in the World Cup for Australia. Maxwell and Cummins gave Australia a target of 292 runs against Afghanistan. The previous highest successful run chase in the World Cup was 287 by Australia against New Zealand in 1996.