Ben Cutting Gave Extra Run After Celebrating A Catch On Free Hit
By CricShots - Dec 30, 2021 7:20 am
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The Australian all-rounder, Ben Cutting witnessed a brain fade moment during the Big Bash League (BBL) encounter between Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder. The incident took place on the 4th ball of the 16th over of the Sydney Sixers innings, Daniel Christian was facing a Free-Hit delivery and he ended up smashing the ball  straight to Cutting who was stationed at the cover.

Ben Cutting
Ben Cutting made a huge blunder

Bun Cutting took a good catch, unfortunately, he didn’t realized that it was a free hit, and threw the ball in the air. And, by the time Cutting came to terms with what actually happened, the batters managed to complete a couple of runs. Also, Daniel Christian was seen laughing at Cutting as well.

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And, the official Twitter handle of KFC Big Bash League tweeted about this. They captioned the video as, “Uh oh A little brain-fade here Ben Cutting would probably like to forget.”

Here is the video of the incident:

The Sydney Sixers registered a win over the Sydney Thunder side by 30 runs in the contest between the two outfits. Batting first, the Sixers posted a decent total of 168/4 in their allotted 16 overs. Daniel Hughes top-scored for his team played a fiery knock of 26-ball 50.

Chasing a revised target of 173 for victory, the Sydney Thunder side eventually got bundled out for bo 142. Apart from Jason Sangha who scored a whirlwind 30-ball 47, not even a single batter from the Sydney Thunder side could even cross the 30-run mark.

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Hayden Kerr took 3 wickets with the ball for the Sydney Sixers and constantly kept the opposition under control. Daniel Christian won the Player of the Match award for his 17-ball 41*. The Sydney Sixers are placed at second place in the points table, while the Sydney Thunder outfit is stationed at the 3rd spot.