Australia’s Glenn Maxwell Gets Hospitalized After A Party

On Monday, there was significant news regarding Glenn Maxwell, the prominent batsman of the Australian cricket team. As per reports from Australian media and other sources, Maxwell’s well-being took a turn for the worse following a party at a pub in Adelaide. He had been enjoying a gathering at the pub, and subsequently, his health declined, prompting his transportation to the hospital via an ambulance. Additionally, there is news about another noteworthy Australian player testing positive for COVID-19.

Why was Maxwell Hospitalised?

As per reports, Glenn Maxwell’s health may have suffered due to excessive drinking at a pub. Cricket Australia has not issued any updates, but the news is spreading widely on social media. Recent reports suggest that Maxwell was released from the hospital post-treatment. Concurrently, there are indications of Travis Head testing positive for COVID-19. Both players are vital components of the Australian team gearing up for the upcoming T20 series against the West Indies, and they have initiated their training.

According to The Telegraph’s report, the incident is dated to the night of January 19. Allegedly, Maxwell was attending a performance by the band Six and Out, featuring Brett Lee, at an Adelaide pub. It is speculated that he consumed alcohol during this time, leading to a decline in his health. Cricket Australia is investigating the situation. 7 News reported that Maxwell was transported to the hospital by ambulance after a party in Adelaide. The specific details of the incident are yet to be disclosed.

Travis Head Ruled Out As well

The Age reported on Monday that Travis Head has been confirmed as COVID-19 positive. This indicates a challenging period for the Australian team at the moment. Apart from this, Usman Khawaja sustained an injury during the initial Test against the West Indies. It will be interesting to observe how the Kangaroo team, currently in top form, navigates through these difficulties.

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