WATCH: Jos Buttler takes a stunner behind the wickets to dismiss Marnus Labuschagne in the first ODI against Australia

English skipper Jos Buttler stunned everyone with his quick reflexes behind the wickets when he took a stunning catch to dismiss the Aussie..

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20-20 World Cup champions, Englishmen are currently on a tour of Australia for the three-match ODI series. The first ODI of the of three-match series is underway between both teams. Australian skipper Pat Cummins won the flip of the coin and asked his bowlers to take the charge first. Batting first England posted a decent total of 287 runs for the loss of nine wickets.


While chasing the target, the opening pair of David Warner and Travis Head provided a brilliant start of 147 runs for the first wicket in 19.4 overs.

Apart from the batting heroics from the Australian top order, English skipper Jos Buttler also stunned everyone with his quick reflexes behind the wickets when he took a stunning catch to dismiss the premier Australian batter Marnus Labuschagne in the 31st over of the Australian innings.

It all happened when senior pacer David Willey was in the attack against Labuschagne. Willey bowled the second ball of the over a bit wider and made Labuschagne follow the ball and eventually, the ball took the leading edge of the bat. Jumping extremely to his right, Buttler made no mistake in taking a spectacular catch.

Here’s the video:

Speaking of the match so far, Australia is in the process of chasing the target of 288 runs and has scored 249 runs for the loss of four wickets in 39.5 overs.  Currently, former skipper, Steve Smith is there in the middle alongside young batter Cameron Green. David Willey has scalped two wickets by conceding 51 runs in his 2 overs. Other than Willey, Chris Jordan and Liam Dawson has also claimed one wicket each.

Earlier, on the back of Dawid Malan’s brilliant century of 134 runs, England managed to get themselves out of trouble and post a 250+ total on the board.

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