India Today – Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell said that he was “shocked and hurt” after his maiden Test century in Ranchi last year came under the scanner in a match-fixing documentary.

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  • Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell said that he was “shocked and hurt” after his maiden Test century in Ranchi last year came under the scanner in a match-fixing documentary.
  • To say I’d done anything untoward in that game, when I’d just finally got back in the Test side – I’d worked my absolute backside off – to say I’d do anything to ruin that would be absolutely ridiculous,” Maxwell told SEN.
  • Neither the ICC or Cricket Australia is aware of any credible evidence linking Australian players to corruption in the game,” Sutherland said in a statement at the time.
  • “There’s some things you see in the game of cricket where you’re always just a little bit unsure.
  • There wasn’t really anything untoward in season I was captain, but you could certainly tell from opposition stuff and that’s why I reported certain things,” Maxwell revealed.


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