Glenn Phillips, who New Zealand batsman, pulled down a screaming plank during a T20 blast Friday while positioning at the deep end. He gives his trade to Gloucestershire in the ongoing tournament.
During a game against Middlesex in Cheltenham, Glenn Phillips got rid of opening batsman Stephen Eskinazi with a beautiful catch. The official handle of the Blast uploaded the video.
Eskinazi scooped a full ball out to a deep point, where Glenn Phillips flew out of nowhere in the video, apparently grabbing the ball, parallel to the ground, with one hand.
Watch: Glenn Phillips Takes A WORLD
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Aside from the catch, the Kiwi batsman rocked the Blast with his stylish and aggressive batting. Glenn Phillips has scored 423 runs in ten games so far, averaging 60.42 while hitting 162.06.
This form of Glenn Phillips is crucial for him to solidify his place in New Zealand’s team for the T20 World Cup. He presented 25 T20Is for the Black Caps and scored 506 runs on 28.11 506 at a hit rate of 149.70; he has so far struck one century and two fifties.
Watch: Harleen Deol takes a beautiful catch on the border
Hours after Glenn Phillips’ fantastic catch, In the‘s Harleen Deol caught the attention of the world when she made an amazing catch during the first T20I between India and England in Northampton.
The 23-year-old from Chandigarh sends the English victim Amy Jones with an incredible discount on the border line. Jone took a few steps to place Pandey across a wide long road where Harleen was.
The ball seems to be bouncing around the fielder for a maximum – but was stopped in his way by the fielder. With a little jump in the air, the youngster first turned the ball over her head. When she realized that her body was about to fall over the boundary line, she threw it in the air again and then went over the rope.
A few steps behind the boundary line, Harleen Deol observed the ball; she pulls herself off the ground and dives inside the play area to grab the ball again with her body almost horizontal in the wind.
– Lisa Sthalekar (@ sthalekar93) 9 July 2021