The third ball of the last over bowled by Van Parnell was flicked by Holland batter Ackerman and sent directly into the stands. But at the same time a person standing there caught the ball with one hand.
Many sensations have taken place in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. A great sensation was recorded on Sunday as well. In the match held in Adelaide, the young Netherlands won against South Africa. With this, South Africa’s dreams of reaching the semi-finals collapsed. But in this match, a person in the stands caught everyone’s attention. That too with his fielding. A spectator in the stands took a wonderful catch as the Netherlands’ innings progressed. The third ball of the last over bowled by South African fast bowler Van Parnell was flicked by Holland batter Ackerman and sent directly into the stands. But at the same time a person standing there caught the ball with one hand. Everyone including the players and commentators on the field were surprised by this.
ICC also praised..
While hailing it as ‘catch of the tournament’, ICC also shared the video on their official Twitter account. This video shared with the caption that it is one of the best catches of T20 World Cup 2022 has now gone viral on social media. After watching the video, cricket fans are commenting that ‘he might be a baseball player without gloves’.
Once again Chokers seal..
As for the match… no one expected that South Africa will lose in this match. But the Netherlands defeated them and stamped the chokers on South Africa’s forehead once again. Batting first in this match, Netherlands scored 158 runs for the loss of four wickets. And then the South African team played all the overs and managed to score only 145 runs for the loss of eight wickets. Ackerman scored an unbeaten 41 off 26 balls for the Netherlands. There were three fours and two sixes in his innings. Tom Cooper scored 35 off 19 balls. Riley Russo top scored for South Africa. He scored 25 runs. Captain Temba Bawuma scored 20 runs off 20 balls. Heinrich Klaasen managed only 21 runs.
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