Martin Guptill extraordinary catch of Thisara Parera

New Zealand (NZL VS SL) won the ODI series 3-0. Something happened in the match that surprised everyone. Martin Guptill surprised everyone by catching the catch of Thisara Parera.



In New Zealand, the 3-match ODI series was played between Sri Lanka and New Zealand, which New Zealand won (NZL VS SL) 3-0. In the third match was the goal of 365 against Sri Lanka. He could not reach that close and got all-round by scoring 249 runs. Ross Taylor (137) and Nicholas (124) played a magnificent innings. In front of which Sri Lanka kneeled. Something happened in the match that surprised everyone. Martin Guptill surprised everyone by catching the catch of Thisara Parera. He flew in the air and caught it with one hand. Whose video is becoming quite viral on social media.



Perera was batting on 80 runs Sri Lanka’s score was 244 runs in 38 overs and 5 wickets had gone. Lockie Ferguson was given the ball. Pereira was playing big shots at that time. In such a situation, it was very important to put them out. Guptill ended the innings of third Perera with a brilliant catch by one hand on the ball of Lucky Ferguson. His catch is becoming quite viral on social media.

On the basis of partnership of 154 runs for the fourth wicket between Ross Taylor (137) and Henri Nichols (124 not out), New Zealand defeated Sri Lanka by 115 runs in the third one-dayer to win the series 3-0 . Batting after losing the toss, New Zealand made 364 runs in four wickets in 50 overs, which is a new record in Nelson’s Saxton Oval ground.



Sri Lanka were dismissed for 249 in 41.4 overs. The start of New Zealand was not good and the team lost both openers Martin Guptill and Colin Munro in the fifth over. Both of them are from Sri Lankan captain Lasith Malinga. Captain Ken Williamson (55) shared a 116-run partnership with Taylor for the third wicket and helped the team to a better position. After Williamson was dismissed, Taylor and Nichols led the horizontal batting to score the team’s score over 300.

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