AUS vs WI T20: Coffee cup in one hand…caught with the other hand, this happened twice; After watching the video you will say – this is called fielding

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AUS vs WI T20: Coffee cup in one hand…caught with the other hand, this happened twice;  After watching the video you will say – this is called fielding

New Delhi. The third T20 was played between Australia and West Indies in Perth, which the visiting team won by 37 runs. With this, Australia won the three-match series 2-1. A total of 22 sixes were hit by both the teams in the third T20. Out of these, two sixes were such, the videos of which are going viral. This is because on both the occasions the players kept rubbing their hands. But, the fan sitting in the stadium took the catch with one hand. Whoever saw this scene must have said that this is called fielding. Because the fan caught the ball coming at the speed of a rocket with one hand.

Let us tell you that the first incident of a spectator sitting in the stadium taking a catch is from the West Indies innings. Caribbean batsman Sharfan Rutherford was batting and the ball was in the hands of Spencer Johnson. This was the 16th over of West Indies’ innings. Spencer bowled a short ball, the ball came straight towards the body. But, Rutherford played a hook shot and the ball went straight across the fine leg boundary.
Went straight towards the stands.

During this time, the spectator present in the stand had a cup of coffee in one hand and the other hand was empty. As soon as this fan saw the ball coming towards him, he extended his hand and caught it with one hand. The surprising thing was that while doing this, not even a drop of coffee fell from his cup. After this the rest of the audience clapped for a long time. Its video is going viral.

A similar incident also happened during Australia’s innings when David Warner was batting. Warner was on the score of 37 runs and the 7th over of Australia’s innings was going on. Jason Holder was bowling these overs. His third ball of this over was slower, which Warner quickly sensed and he played an aerial shot towards deep backward square leg. The ball went straight towards the stands and a spectator sitting there caught the ball with his left hand. Whoever saw this was stunned.


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