At one time, cricket was considered by most giants to be a batting or bowling game. But for the first time in this game, the pitch was defined by former South African pitch pioneer Jonty Rhodes. He showed world cricket that runs can be recorded at a high level of play, just as bats can score runs. After that, many defenders emerged in the cricketing world.
Not only that, the level of ground in world cricket has increased. This is the reason why teams are now paying close attention to fielding on the cricket pitch. Meanwhile, in a domestic cricket played in Australia, Marnus Labuschagne presented a unique example of fielding that reminded fans of Jonty Rhodes.
The dazzling display on the pitch came during the Australian National One-Day Cup. In the match between Tasmania and Queensland, the latter had to strike first after Queensland won the toss.
Then during the match, Queensland’s Billy Stanlake came on to play in the 33rd round of innings. In such a situation, Jordan Silk attempted to steal a run after playing the shot on his first pitch with light hands. His partner, Tom Andreu, also raced for the race. In such a situation, Labuschagne, while running from the direction of the point, dove into the air and chased him away.