Fielder has figured out a new way to field at the boundary line. Batsman can’t feel secure anymore playing a skier. The ball can cross the boundary, but fielder got the new trick to not only save the six but also catch the ball to change the course of the match.
Josh Lalor of Australia has entertained the crowd with an astonishing catch during the Big Bash League match between Sydney Thunders and Melbourne Stars.
Sydney Thunder scored a paltry 107 runs batting first in the match. When Stars came into bat, they lost Wright in the second over of the match, but Captain Cameron White and former England player Kevin Pietersen started to rebuild the innings and march towards victory.
Sydney Captain Hartley decided to introduce spin in the form of Nathan Hauritz. Hauritz struck on the last ball of his first over when White swept him towards deep midwicket for a six. Lalor was fielding there, he jumped high into the air to catch the ball, but the momentum took him over the ropes. He threw the ball in the air before his feet touch the ground beyond the boundary and caught it again when he safely came back into the playing field.
Watch the catch here