West Indies batsman and St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots skipper Marlon Samuels got out in a bizarre way in his side’s Caribbean Premier League game against the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Basseterre last night.
While batting on 61off 40 balls, Samuels went for a big heave over the long-off region by clearing the front leg. But unfortunately, he got an inside edge which hit his the right boot and flew into the hands of the wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin. The on-field umpire referred it to the third umpire and the replays clearly suggested the ball did not hit the ground before carrying to the keeper.
Here is how Samuels got out:
Here is a slow motion replay of the wicket:
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