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Maxwell survived a heat stroke

Maxwell survived a heat stroke While enjoying their time in Bangladesh, the hot and extremely humid condition due to excessive amount of rainfall this monsoon, has become the trouble spot for the visitors.

Australian hard hitter Glenn Maxwell admitted the incident of falling into a heat stroke during the practice sessions in the first day.

“I caught a bit of heatstroke on the first day, which wasn’t a good start. I think just doing some running outside then had to go inside to do some fitness tests and then going back outside didn’t help too much. The body shut down a little bit but I was fine after the ice bath and drinking plenty of fluids,” he said.

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But he also acknowledged the enjoyment they are going through in Bangladesh.

Maxwell said again, “Tuesday] was obviously pretty tough with the overnight and morning rain; all the moisture coming out of the ground and making sweaty work for us. It’s been good, we got a lot out of the last few days. Basically we are putting on the finishing touches for day one. I think the guys have really enjoyed their time so far.”

The first Test between Australia and Bangladesh is going to launch on 27th of this month at the Sher – e – Bangla National stadium in Dhaka.

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