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WATCH: Marnus Labuschagne Takes One Handed Blinder Catch In Vitality Blast

Australian cricket star Marnus Labuschagne executed a remarkable one-handed catch during the South Group clash between Glamorgan and Gloucestershire in the Vitality Blast

Edited By : Shashwat Nishant | Updated: Jun 21, 2024 15:04 IST
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Australian cricket star Marnus Labuschagne executed a remarkable one-handed catch during the South Group clash between Glamorgan and Gloucestershire in the Vitality Blast on Thursday, June 20 at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff. Representing Glamorgan, Labuschagne was dismissed for a modest 18 runs off 15 balls in the first innings. However, he made a significant impact in the field with his incredible one-handed catch at long-off.

Marnus Labuschagne leaves Spectators In Awe

In Gloucestershire’s second innings, Ben Charlesworth hit a flighted delivery from wrist spinner Mason Crane that seemed destined for the boundary at long-on. Labuschagne, positioned at a wide long-on, sprinted to his right and made a full-length dive to secure the astonishing catch, leaving the commentators in awe. Labuschagne is known to give his best effort while fielding for his side and he produced something similar to that.

Earlier in the match, Glamorgan’s captain Kiran Carlson won the toss and chose to bat first. Unfortunately, Carlson was dismissed for just 4 runs off 5 balls by Josh Shaw. Labuschagne then joined Sam Northeast at the crease, and they added 37 runs for the second wicket in 26 balls.

However, their partnership was cut short when Matt Taylor dismissed Labuschagne in the fifth over for 18 runs off 15 balls. Colin Ingram then joined Northeast (who remained unbeaten with 46 runs off 42 balls) at number four, and the pair added 34 runs for the third wicket.

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First published on: Jun 21, 2024 03:04 PM IST

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