Maxwell was also brilliant with the ball as he took the wickets of Lynn and Pfeffer and returned the figures of 2 for 19 in four overs
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell stole the show after taking a one-handed stunner during the Big Bash League (BBL) contest between Melbourne Stars and Brisbane Heat.
The Stars' captain had the commentary panel in disbelief as he took the "best catch in BBL history" as he flung his left arm which snatched Sam Heazlett's effort to play a big shot.
Nathan Coulter-Nile was bowling the 16th over of the match and the skipper was fielding at mid-on. Heazlett looked to clear mid-on with his effort but his untimely hit gave Maxwell just a fraction of time to chargeback and swing his left arm to pluck the catch.
Speaking about Maxwell's effort, former Australian pacer Brett Lee rated it as one of the best catches he has seen in the sport. "That is the catch of the BBL. I reckon that is one of the best catches I have seen in any form of cricket ever. That is a catch for the ages," he said on Fox Cricket.