Jordan Cox Takes A Stunning Catch In Vitality Blast Final, Umpire Did Not Declare Will Smeed Viral Video.
Kent’s team defeated Somerset by 25 runs within the final of T20 Blast 2021 to be played in England. The match was played at Edgbaston, Birmingham.
This match noticed a novel sight throughout Somerset’s innings when Kent’s sensible batsman and fielder Jordan Cokes, whereas diving in an incredible method on the boundary, not solely prevented the ball from going for a six, but additionally caught the batsman with the assistance of one other fielder.
- The Vitality Blast final was played between Kent and Somerset.
- Jordan Cokes, who played a brilliant half-century for Kent, received the Man of the Match award.
Showed the best way to the pavilion. The incident occurred on the fourth ball of 14 overs when team captain Lewis Gregory was current on the crease for Somerset.
He tried to play an enormous shot off Darren Stevens and was profitable in that too. Everyone thought that the ball would go for a six as quickly because it got here out of the bat, however then Cox got here within the center and with the assistance of Matt Milnes, he confirmed the batsman the best way to the pavilion, giving a beautiful sight.
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After losing the toss on this match, Kent’s team got here out to bat first, due to Jordan Cox’s 58 runs in 28 balls and the team’s opening batsman Jack Crowley’s 41 runs in 33 balls, the team reached 167 runs on the lack of 7 wickets in 20 overs delivered.
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Chasing a goal of 168, Somerset’s team fell 25 runs behind the goal and scored 142 runs for the lack of 9 wickets within the allotted 20 overs. Will Smeed (43) and Tom Abel (26) tried however they too couldn’t take the team to the goal.
Jordan Cox, who played an excellent half-century for Kent, acquired the Man of the Match award.
Daniel Bell-Drummond slams Jordan Cox –
Daniel Bell dived as quickly as Jordan Cox the catch. However, Bell couldn’t management his dive. In such a situation, each collided close to the boundary. When the 2 made contact, Bell was touched by the boundary rope.
The on-field umpire turned to the third umpire for the choice. However, after watching the replays and brainstorming, needed to look ahead to the decision for a very long time.
The help of the match referee and the fourth umpire was additionally taken. After this, the umpire didn’t give out to Smid. He knew as it a six. Jordan Cox appeared somewhat disenchanted after the decision.