‘Glenn Maxwell Was Bit Sore And He Is Embarrassed By The Whole Thing’, Manager After Incident At Adelaide Pub

Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was involved in an incident at a Pub in Adelaide after which the veteran was taken to the hospital. However, according to some recent media reports, Cricket Australia(CA) is not looking to implement any kind of investigation for this incident.

The medical team has been in touch with Glenn Maxwell to assess whether he experienced a concussion during the incident on Friday night. Glenn Maxwell allegedly visited a golf club and later went to a pub on the night in question after learning that he would be rested for the upcoming three-match ODI series against the West Indies.

According to a report by The AGE, several individuals present at the venue confirmed that Maxwell had consumed alcohol at Governor Hindmarsh, where the band ‘Six and Out,’ used to perform and Brett Lee is an important member of it.

“Glenn is a little embarrassed by the whole thing. He was a bit sore and sorry on Saturday, but he’s back in Melbourne and resumed training yesterday. He’s not under investigation by Cricket Australia,” Maxwell’s manager Ben Tippett told The Age.

After the conclusion of the concert, Maxwell and his friends went backstage to spend time with the band. It was reported that he lost consciousness during this time. When attempts by his friends to wake him up were unsuccessful, an ambulance was called and he was then rushed to the hospital.

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