Published: Fri, June 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Sheldon Cottrell Takes Incredible World Cup Catch Vs Australia, 'Better Than Stokes'

Sheldon Cottrell Takes Incredible World Cup Catch Vs Australia, 'Better Than Stokes'

Star Sports is the official broadcaster of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in India and it will also provide free live telecast of Australia vs West Indies clash on its TV channels Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2 or Star Sports 1 Hindi.

West Indies with one win and one defeat, will take on South Africa next Monday at 9.30pm.

"It's a means of telling them thanks for your loyalty and support", West Indies team spokesman Philip Spooner.

The result saw Australia join New Zealand at the top of the 2019 tournament's 10-team standings.

But now West Indies seamer Sheldon Cottrell is in the same stratosphere after his superb running, juggling catch to remove Australia's Steve Smith at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.

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Fast bowler Mitchell Starc produced a devastating display of death bowling as Australia beat West Indies by 15 runs at Trent Bridge for their second consecutive win in the Cricket World Cup on Thursday. Because he was about teeter over the boundary rope, Cottrell tossed the ball in the air, wheeled out and then back in the field of play, before collecting the ball again.

The Proteas mustered just 227 for nine to open a World Cup with three straight losses for the first time, as Bumrah claimed a masterful two for 35 and India batsman Rohit Sharma racked up 122 not out.

Both Australia and West Indies are full of match-winners, which makes the contest interesting. In England, West Indies and Australia have played 5 ODIs so far.

There is no requirement for Cottrell to get signed off by his regiment to feature for the West Indies - playing cricket is regarded as national service in the islands where the sport is so loved. The picture has seen some cricket fans fuming as they feel that such a post of one captain when all ten teams are fighting it out for the coveted World Cup gives out a wrong impression.

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