[Watch] Exciting Catch by Jordan Cox and Alex Hales in PSL 2024

The PSL 2024 tournament has been full of excitement and entertainment for cricket fans. In one memorable moment during the fifth match between Multan Sultans and Islamabad United, Jordan Cox and Alex Hales showcased exceptional fielding skills by executing a brilliant relay catch near the boundary rope.

The Build-Up to the Catch

During the match, Multan Sultans were chasing a target set by Islamabad United. In a crucial moment, Imad Wasim bowled a deceptive delivery to Yasir Khan, who attempted a big shot towards the deep mid-wicket boundary. Jordan Cox quickly assessed the situation and sprinted towards the boundary, anticipating the ball’s trajectory.

Jordan Cox and Alex Hales Spectacular Catch

As Cox reached near the boundary rope, he realized he might lose balance while attempting the catch. Showing remarkable presence of mind, he spotted Alex Hales positioned as backup for the catch. Cox swiftly threw the ball towards Hales, who completed the catch safely, dismissing Yasir Khan for just 7 runs.

Impact on the Match

This incredible catch by Cox and Hales turned the tide in favor of Multan Sultans. Despite some resistance from Islamabad United’s batting lineup, Multan Sultans emerged victorious, winning the match by 5 wickets with just one ball to spare.

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Match Summary

Batting first, Islamabad United managed to score 144 runs before being bowled out in 20 overs. Agha Salman was the top scorer for United with 52 runs. In response, Multan Sultans chased down the target with Reeza Hendricks top-scoring with 58 runs.

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The PSL 2024 match between Multan Sultans and Islamabad United provided cricket fans with thrilling moments, including the remarkable relay catch by Jordan Cox and Alex Hales. Such moments of brilliance exemplify the excitement and unpredictability of T20 cricket, keeping fans on the edge of their seats throughout the tournament.

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