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Maxwell did not want to play on his own because he was not injured or out of rhythm

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After sitting on the bench and watching Bengaluru lose, Maxwell said after the match, 'After the previous match (against Mumbai) I went to Faf (du Plessis) and the coaches and said, I think maybe it's time to give someone else a chance. It was a very easy decision for me personally. I have come across such situations before. The more I played, the worse things got. So I felt the need to give myself some mental and physical rest, so that my body could respond properly again. I think it's a good time to give someone else a chance. I hope he will show his ability and secure a place in the team.'

Maxwell's form-drought has started in the IPL itself. He joined Bengaluru with great rhythm. From last November till the start of IPL, he scored 552 runs at an average of 42.46 and a strike rate of 185.85 in 17 T20 matches. At this time there were two centuries. But he is having a bad time when he comes to play IPL. After playing 6 matches, he was able to reach double figures only once. He scored 28 runs in that match against Kolkata Knight Riders but got 'Jeevan' twice. His remaining five innings were 0, 3, 0, 1, 0.

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