The Natwest T20 in England will see the best big hitting batsmen in the world such as Kevin Pietersen, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Hales, Jesse Ryder, Jos Buttler and Aaron Finch participating in the tournament that starts from May 16th. Maxwell has proved to be the most feared batsman in this edition of the IPL and has already notched up three 90-plus scores in the tournament. Asked if the Australian’s top-notch batting reminds him of his heydays, Sehwag responded in negative.


“No, no. I was not that destructive. I was a bit, but not that much,” Sehwag said.


Talking about what he likes the most about Maxwell’s batting, Sehwag said, “I don’t think he is worried about his game; he’s more worried about golf and practises more golf than cricket. He just goes out there in the middle, gives his 100 percent out there and comes back happily with whatever he gets.” The Delhi-based player said Maxwell is more dangerous than the strapping West Indian Chris Gayle. “I think Maxwell. He and Miller. If the two of them going, it becomes very difficult for the bowling side because if one misses a ball, the other makes up for it with a six,” he was quoted as saying in the