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Colin Munro comes up with a unique version of late cut in BBL 2020-21

Colin Munro played a very interesting and unique shot in the match against Melbourne Renegades which became the talk of the town.

The resumption of cricket around the world has brought smiles back on the faces of the fans. Moreover, the entry of the crowd in the stadiums has given the fans enough reason to rejoice. The 2020-21 edition of Big Bash League has no dearth of amazing moments and the fans just can’t get enough of it. Colin Munro played a very interesting and unique shot in the match against Melbourne Renegades which became the talk of the town.

The fans are witnessing their favourite players live in stadiums after a long time. The Big Bash League is turning out to be a great bonanza for the fans as the cricket lovers are enjoying every bit of the thrill the tournament has to offer. To add to the list of unique shots, Colin Munro came up with a really entertaining one for a single.

Colin Munro was going for a switch hit

In match No.25 of the Big Bash League, Munro played a brilliant inning of 52 along with Josh Inglis who scored an unbeaten 72. Both the batsmen helped the Perth Scorchers to get to a big total of 185, which proved to be too good for the Melbourne Renegades. Munro’s inning comprised of 1 four and 5 sixes along with the reverse late cut he played for a single.

In the 15th over of the inning, Munro tried to go for a switch hit but Peter Hatzoglou fired the delivery short which made the batsman change his shot. Munro cleverly ran the ball to short third man which made it look like a reverse late cut. Everyone watching the game was amused by the shot Colin Munro played.

Here’s the Video

The Scorchers won the match by a big margin of 96 runs as Renegades collapsed only at the paltry score of 89. The Scorchers are at the sixth position on the points table after their win, while the Renegades are at the bottom of the table with only one win to their name.

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