Who needs one run-out of the same player…..
WHEN YOU CAN HAVE TWO IN THE SAME DELIVERY!
Number 1 – Jake Weatherald gets done at the non-strikers’ end with his bat still in the air thanks to a timeless arsey deflection off Chris Green’s fingers onto the stump:
A still to highlight Weatherald ball watching at the worst moment:
And completing Part 2 of this vintage piece of Big Bash cricket, Phil Salt takes off for the single (Which wouldn’t have counted anyway), and not knowing what the hell had happened, Weatherald just stood there bewildered at the non-striker’s end like he was waiting for the 3rd Umpire to get involved:
And, just in case Weatherald wasn’t out on the first deflection, Sam Billings made up for a crap throw to the keeper’s end by attaching an imaginary cape to his back and completing the unofficial second run out at full stretch, which was offset by the fact that it didn’t count, and he came down and suffered a hard faceplant on the pitch.
Another passage of play that makes the Big Bash League the Big Meme League we know and love.