The fixture between Sydney Sixers and Brisbane Heat saw a moment of magic as Michael Neser pulled off one of the smartest catches in cricketing history. As  Sixers' Jordan Silk smashed Mark Steketee towards the long-off boundary, Neser popped up to catch the ball, but the momentum of his dive carried him over the boundary line. 

As he jumped over the boundary line, Neser tossed up the ball which still remained on the wrong side of the line. Here, the Aussie pacer once again tossed the ball into the playing area while being mid-air. Neser, then, finally managed to complete the catch on the second attempt. 

Watch the video here:

After the match, Brisbane Heat's  Josh Brown won the player of the match award for his brilliant 62-run knock in 23 balls. Brown smashed six sixes and four fours in his knock. During the post-game interview, Brown talked about his life outside playing for the Heat, as he has been a batmaker for  Cooper Cricket. 

Brown was picked for the Heat based on his scintillating form for local Brisbane club side Norths this season. But for the most part of his cricketing career, he wasn't aware that he was any good at cricket until he was 24. 

Brown was Fox Cricket after his knock and spoke about how he takes care of his teammates' bat repairs in the dressing room. He said,  "That is my full-time job outside of cricket. I make my own bats. It is pretty fun I do most of the repairs for the [Heat] boys."