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Come on Aussie: Cricket fan catches the ball in his beer bowl during a BBL match and tries to drink it


The Aussie You'll Ever See: Cricket fans catch their beer CUP exceptionally well at the Big Bash after a player hits a six into the crowd – and then keep drinking while the ball is in

  • The top batsman Englishman Dawid Malan hits a six in a man's beer bowl
  • The man grins as he tries to drink the beer while Malan's ball is still in
  • & # 39; What about the COVID? He doesn't want to touch it & # 39 ;: Commentators laugh
  • Freak Catch makes the crowd giggle at Unusual Stars vs Hurricanes match in Hobart

A cricket fan instantly transformed into an Australian legend by catching the ball in his beer mug during a Big Bash League cricket game.

The amazing coincidence came when the Melbourne Stars tore a loss from the jaws of victory against the Hobart Hurricanes at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart on Saturday.

During the sixteenth round, the hurricanes were in trouble when the world's best Twenty20 batsman Englishman Dawid Malan hit a fine-legged six into the crowd.

As the ball fell behind the border fence, a young spectator in a white shirt started laughing and raised his arms to the cameras.

When the camera zoomed in and re-shot it it became clear that the young man had tried to catch the ball but missed.

Amazingly, an older man sitting next to him raised his clear plastic beer mug and the ball was clearly visible in it.

The man instantly became an Australian hero, finishing his drink with a cheeky grin before flicking the beer-soaked ball back onto the field.

The man did the most Australian thing: he tried to end his beer with the ball in the mug

Top Twenty20 batsman, Englishman Dawid Malan in full flight at the BBL in Hobart on Saturday. It was Malan who struck Miracle Six, which ended up in a man's beer bowl

Top Twenty20 batsman, Englishman Dawid Malan in full flight at the BBL in Hobart on Saturday. It was Malan who struck Wonder Six, which ended up in a man's beer bowl

Hobart Hurricanes' Dawid Malan (pictured) was in good shape at Blundstone Arena (Bellerive Oval) on Saturday.

Hobart Hurricanes' Dawid Malan (pictured) was in good shape at Blundstone Arena (Bellerive Oval) on Saturday.

& # 39; What is he doing? & # 39; Commentator Mark Waugh asked.

& # 39; What about the COVID? He doesn't want to touch it. You can't give it back without the beer, ”laughed colleague Brendan Julian.

The soaking wet hop-flavored ball had to be replaced to play.

The bizarre moment brought a good laugh to an unusual match in which a shock blow breakdown landed the stars an unexpected third straight loss.

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