Sydney, Mar. 25 ANI | 8 months ago

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has said that they will need to be flawless in order to end their World Twenty20 title drought following Australia's first-up loss to Pakistan in their recent clash.

Maxwell said that they have to be 'flawless from now on' adding that Australia has got to hit the training paddock a bit harder and work on their fielding, as it was not good enough against Pakistan.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Maxwell, who scored a stunning 74 runs off 33 balls against Pakistan, said that the Australian team would be hitting the training hard and try to rectify all the mistakes they made against Pakistan.

Australia lost by 16 runs as Pakistan, sent in to bat first, put up a total of 191 for 5 wickets, but Australia were bowled out for 176 runs and only a perfect record from their remaining matches will ensure Australia's progress to the semi-finals past the Super 10 stage, the report added.

(Posted on 26-03-2014)

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