The side commentator became part of the fieldwork after it received strange loot while working during the clash between the Melbourne Defenders and Sydney Thunder.
Fox cricket expert Tom Morris did his usual side work when Mohammed Nabi's six flew in his direction.
Morris did not miss a single second and calmly got rid of his microphone before he caught sight.
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Morris threw the ball back and then returned to his place, as his commentator was surprised at his efforts.
“This is a serious blow to the leg, and our man Tom Morris with glasses takes the catch and begins to catch everyone,” said Mark Howard in a comment.
"It was a good catch, but he may have been carried away by himself."
Morris was asked to think about his efforts, and he did not hold back.
“I’m a person lowering hands, not hands up, and I just thought it was approaching me, so I pushed a few people out of the way,” said Morris.
"I don't know, you should celebrate, right?"
Australian legend Jan Healy was asked what he did from the celebrations.
“Well, there were pretty soft high fives with strangers,” said Healy.
However, after showing such hands, several Big Bash cricket trainers may call him soon.
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