Infotainment Factory: Maxwell stitches up KP in new batting impressions vid

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Thursday, 3 January 2019

Maxwell stitches up KP in new batting impressions vid


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Glenn Maxwell stitched up some of the biggest names in cricket with a second edition of his highly popular batting impressions.

The first video in late 2017 quickly went viral for how spot on Maxwell impersonated former Australian Test skipper Steve Smith.

In his second attempt posted on cricket.com.au this week, Maxwell had a crack at his old Melbourne Stars teammate Kevin Pietersen.

Glenn Maxwell imitates KP

Maxwell expertly mimicked KP's wobbly stance before a trademark switch-hit. He even did a ripping South African accent mocking the retired England cricketer.

"And that his how you play spin bowling," Maxwell said.

Maxwell also had a crack at the barrel-chested presence of Marcus Stoinis, the infamous Ricky Ponting pull shot, MS Dhoni's nonchalant boundaries and "one of the ODI masters of the game, A.B. de Villiers.

Mark Waugh didn't escape Maxwell's impersonation game either, with the big-hitting batsman in awe of how smoothly 'Junior' could find the rope.

"One of the most elegant players," Maxwell said.

"Game was under water basically when he was batting. So slow, four, through mid-wicket, cheers. "

Glenn Maxwell stitched up some of the biggest names in cricket with a second edition of his highly popular batting impressions.

The first video in late 2017 quickly went viral for how spot on Maxwell impersonated former Australian Test skipper Steve Smith.

In his second attempt posted on cricket.com.au this week, Maxwell had a crack at his old Melbourne Stars teammate Kevin Pietersen.

Glenn Maxwell imitates KP

Maxwell expertly mimicked KP's wobbly stance before a trademark switch-hit. He even did a ripping South African accent mocking the retired England cricketer.

"And that his how you play spin bowling," Maxwell said.

Maxwell also had a crack at the barrel-chested presence of Marcus Stoinis, the infamous Ricky Ponting pull shot, MS Dhoni's nonchalant boundaries and "one of the ODI masters of the game, A.B. de Villiers.

Mark Waugh didn't escape Maxwell's impersonation game either, with the big-hitting batsman in awe of how smoothly 'Junior' could find the rope.

"One of the most elegant players," Maxwell said.

"Game was under water basically when he was batting. So slow, four, through mid-wicket, cheers. "

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