Australian cricketer Cameron Green took a stunning one-handed catch to dismiss Gurinder Sandhu in Sheffield Shield. Western Australia, featuring Green, locked horns with Queensland in the 18th clash of the Sheffield Shield at the iconic Gabba in Brisbane. Western Australia, led by Sam Whiteman, won the toss over his rival skipper Usman Khawaja and invited the counterparts to put score on the board first.
During Queensland's innings, the 24-year-old took a stunning one-handed catch to call off Gurinder Sandhu’s knock. In the 106th over of the first inning, bowled by Charles Stobo, Green was positioned at the slip and dived to his left to take a stunning catch. Sandhu returned to the hut after contributing 11 runs off 32 deliveries, while the team’s score read 256 runs with the loss of eight wickets.
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Queensland got off to a shaky start and quickly lost a few names in the top order. However, skipper Khawaja stayed strong for his side and remained not out at 102 runs off 215 deliveries. Coming back to Green, the 24-year-old all-rounder, who plays for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League was traded to Royal Challengers Bangalore in the retention and trading window for the 2024 season of the tournament.
Green was bought for a whopping sum of INR 17.5 Crore at the auction last December and played 16 matches.