Sheldon Cottrell took a splendid catch off the bowling of Oshane Thomas to dismiss Steve Smith and get momentum back in the favour of the West Indies team in the match against Australia. Cottrell took the catch in the 45th over, which led to the dismissal of Steve Smith, who was looking good and anchored the Australian innings with his 73 runs innings. However, Smith was booed by the crowd on his way back to the pavilion. Both Australia and West Indies are playing their second match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 being held in England and Wales. Sheldon Cottrell Salute Celebration Video: Watch Pacer Celebrate in His Unique Style As He Makes Early Inroads During AUS vs WI ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match.
Cottrell, who already had a great day with the ball, took a stunning catch on the boundary line. The West Indies pacer not only saved a six, but also dismissed Steve Smith by his unbelievable catch. Australia vs West Indies Live Cricket Score 10th ODI Match.
Steve Smith went on his backfoot and flicked one towards the backward square. It looked as if the ball would go for a six. However, Cottrell came running in, caught the ball by his left hand, threw it up in the air when he realised that he was crossing the boundary line. However, Cottrell jumped from the boundary line and caught the ball to complete the catch. Ben Stokes Catch Video: All-Rounder Pulls Off an Unbelievable Catch to Dismiss Andile Phehlukwayo During ENG vs SA ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match.
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Take a bow Sheldon Cottrell, that was incredible! 🤭
— Wide World of Sports (@wwos) June 6, 2019
Cottrell claimed the all important wicket of Australian opener and destructive batsman David Warner. The pacer once again struck and this time removed Glenn Maxwell by bowling a potent short delivery. Needless to say, the West Indies pace soldier, did a salute again!
Australia were 79/5 at one stage. But Steve Smith and Australia's wicket keeper Alex Carrey formed a 68 runs partnership. However, it was the partnership between Steve Smith and Nathan Coulter-Nile, which helped Australia reached 288. Earlier, Cottrell claimed the all important wicket of Australian opener and destructive batsman David Warner. The pacer then again struck and this time removed Glenn Maxwell by bowling a potent short delivery. Needless to say, the West Indies pace soldier had plenty of salutes to offer in the match against Australia.