Regal London Cup: Matt Renshaw went ‘Superman’ to take a staggering catch in England’s homegrown List A competition.
Seldom is there a preferable sight in cricket over the wonderful visual of a splendid handling exertion. Throughout the long term, a gymnastic endeavor on the field has earned as much consideration as a top-class batting or bowling exertion. On Wednesday, Australian cricketer Matt Renshaw made a shudder with an extraordinary exertion during a match of the Royal London Cup at The Oval. The 26-year-old Renshaw, who has up until this point played in 11 Tests, was positioned at first slip for Somerset during a match against Surrey when rival opener Ryan Patel outside-edged one off pacer Kasey Aldridge.
The ball flew pointedly towards the second slip when Renshaw jumped to one side to take a fine catch. The work dazzled his group as its true handle tweeted: “Quite possibly of the best catch you will find in a long time…”