Amazing Catch In Cricket History By Brad Haddin Sensational Catch
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin in the past has been criticized for dropping catches but over his long career, he did have moments of brilliance.
It was the first Twenty20 match between Australia and New Zealand in Wellington in 2010, and the hosts winning the toss batted first. Shaun Tait bowling the first over was generating serious pace.
The fourth ball of the over was bowled at 150kmph, and New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum plays forward, getting an outside edge. Haddin dives across to his right, stretching full and snares the ball in one hand, right in front of Shane Watson at the first slip.
McCullum, a dangerous batsman, indeed was the most important wicket and Australia managed to restrict the hosts to only 116, a match they went on to easily win by four wickets.