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‘I’m Gonna Hurt You’, Glenn Maxwell To Yuzvendra Chahal In His First Training Session For RCB

Glenn Maxwell and Yuzvendra Chahal will be once again playing for the same IPL franchise in the upcoming IPL 2021 season. The two during the early phase of their career played for the Mumbai Indians. Now after many years the duo is back together and will be representing the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Yesterday Maxwell took part in his first-ever training session for RCB which turned out to be very eventful.

Glenn Maxwell Warns Yuzvendra Chahal In His First Training Session For RCB

Maxwell impressed with the bat in the intra-squad game as he punished the RCB bowler including Chahal to all parts. Before going out to bat Maxwell was thrilled to meet his old friend Chahal and exchanged an amusing conversation. Maxwell even prepared Chahal and told him “I’m gonna hurt you, you know I’m gonna hurt you,” while hugging Chahal.

Chahal too came up with a witty response which he whispered in Maxwell’s ears after which the Australian started laughing out loud. The two ended their conversation with Maxwell pushing Chahal away by saying “You little sweet watermelon sugar.” The video was posted by Royal Challengers Bangalore and the connection between Maxwell and Chahal achieved the limelight.

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Talking about the intra-squad match Glenn Maxwell executed to reverse sweep sixes against Yuzvendra Chahal. The two will be critical for RCB in the upcoming season as they will again be chasing their maiden IPL title. Apart from Maxwell, all-rounder Kyle Jamieson also took part in his first training session for RCB where he was seen gelling with all the Indian players of the franchise. RCB will play the season opener against defending champions Mumbai Indians on April 9 in Chennai.

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