Watch: Superman Phillips, diving in the air and caught a stunning catch to dismiss Stoinis

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In the first match of Super-12, New Zealand’s batsmen beat Australia’s bowlers a lot. New Zealand scored 200 runs in this match, but during this time the team’s star batsman Glenn Phillips could not contribute much. But, after this, when Phillips got a chance during the fielding, he surprised everyone by catching a very surprising catch.

Glenn Phillips takes sensational diving catch

This incident happened in the 9th over of Australia’s innings. The hosts had lost their three wickets and Marcus Stoinis along with Glenn Maxwell were trying to carry on the innings. The pressure of rain rate was increasing, so Stoinis tried to play a big shot. The Australian all-rounder tried to hit Mitchell Santner with a big shot, but during this Glenn Phillips, seeing the ball in the air, ran and took an impossible catch with a great dive. During this, Phillips appeared completely in the air.

Had a flop with the bat: Phillips is an explosive batsman, but after getting a good start, he could not score many runs. Phillips scored 12 runs in 10 balls, during which two fours were seen from his bat. Josh Hazlewood took the wicket of Phillips.

Devon Conway and Finn Allen wreak havoc

In the first match against the defending champions, the Kiwi team’s openers batted with a bang. During the powerplay, Finn Allen scored 42 runs in 16 balls while batting in an unassuming style, while Devon Conway, on the other hand, scored 92 runs in 58 balls while batting till the last ball of the innings. On the strength of these players, the team’s score reached 200.

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