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NZ vs AUS: Glenn Phillips’ Spectacular Airborne Grab Leaves Marnus Labuschagne Astonished | WATCH

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The most recent Test match between New Zealand and Australia took place at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval. On the second day, Glenn Phillips did an amazing feat of skill. Phillips did an amazing full-stretch dive to catch a shot from Marnus Labuschagne in the 61st over of Australia’s first game. It was in that over that Labuschagne was the closest to getting to 100. Tim Southee threw a ball that Labuschagne could have overlooked, but he chose to go for it, and Phillips’ amazing reflexes stopped him. The catch made the crowd in Christchurch go crazy, and Labuschagne was shaking his head in shock as he walked back to the stand.

The moment quickly went global. The official broadcaster of the show, TVNZ+, shared the video on X with the caption “SUPERMAN!” People online gave Phillips lots of praise, calling him “Flying Phillips” because of how good he was at flying and calling the catch a “screamer.”

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Phillips’ catch wasn’t just a highlight reel moment; it was very important for New Zealand to try to keep Australia from getting too far ahead, especially since their own first innings finished at 167. At the end of their turn, Australia had scored 256 runs. At the time of the report, New Zealand was building a strong reaction at 134/2. Even with this, Australia is ahead in the series after beating India by 172 runs in the first Test.

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