Matthew Wade says “Glenn Maxwell at the other end heard the noise” in T20 World cup 2021. Australia’s semi-final hero Wade has explained. The reason behind Warner not reviewing the umpire’s on-field decision. When he was erroneously given out against Pakistan’s Shadab Khan. It was a crucial point. Warner was caught behind in the 11th over, and the innings ended in a loss. At 49, he was batting well. As the googly passed, there was a commotion. Also, he tossed his bat to the wicketkeeper, and Mohammad Rizwan and Shadab exploded in chaotic appeals.
The first batter walked away without looking at it. UltraEdge also revealed a straight line and a distinct space between the bat and the ball. He said after the match that Warner didn’t believe it was out either. Warner’s partner, according to Wade, was at the crease. Glenn Maxwell thought he heard a noise coming from the edge. Warner was also cautioned against seeking a review.
“Yeah, we haven’t had too much time to chat about it, just passing comments… I think there was a noise. He wasn’t sure, maybe his bat handle clicked or his hand on his bat. He didn’t think that he hit it but I think Glenn. At the other end heard the noise and to be fair that out there. Also, it was the only thing that could have been so he was potentially thinking that he might have hit it. It’s really tough in those situations. How many times do you see a batter think that they haven’t hit it and they have?” Matthew Wade said.
“So a little bit of reassurance from the other end I suppose [would have helped] but that’s now how it with Maxy. Maxy heard a noise and he was batting out there. So hopefully something like that doesn’t happen in the next match but we just got to work it out,” Wade added.
Lastly, David Warner and Glenn Maxwell would have found. It is difficult to forgive themselves had it not been for the stunning. Also, an unbeaten 81-run partnership between Wade and Stoinis. With his team requiring 21 off 10 balls and Wade pulled off three jaw-dropping sixes. Against Shaheen Shah Afridi to seal a five-wicket victory. Also, in unarguably one of the best in Australia’s T20I history.