Australian skipper Steve Smith is demonstrating his leadership skills off the field as well. He has fired back at Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who had earlier imitated Smith’s batting stance in a funny way. made fun of Smith’s batting stance.
Recently, Glenn was involved in an exciting project with the Big Ant Studios. The company which created Don Bradman gaming franchise is set to release a fully licensed video game in November, which will be related to ‘The Ashes’. Apart from Maxwell and Smith, Emma Inglis and Mackinley Blows too had their movements captured in a complex recording process for the video game.
Steve has given it back to Maxwell funny imitation in the most ‘savage’ way possible. He took a dig at Maxwell by imitating Maxwell’s most freakish dismissal against Brisbane Heat in the 2014 Big Bash League. Glenn looked clueless as he left a swinging ball completely, which went on to hit the stumps.
Here is the video of both the imitations:
Classic! 😂 Check out @stevesmith49's cheeky response to @Gmaxi_32's hilarious impersonation of the Aussie skipper! https://t.co/4sSvc73Ofi pic.twitter.com/P7yQOZohxZ
— cricket.com.au (@CricketAus) September 20, 2017