Brendon McCullum proves that he can fly in the air and is a super human

Watch: Brendon McCullum proves that he can fly in the air and is a super human

Brendon McCullum proves that he can fly in the air and is a super human: Brendon McCullum just proved that he is indeed superhuman. The effort he makes to stop the ball from going into the fence is nothing less than him having mutant capabilities.

Shakib stroked a short ball from Boult towards the cover boundary. The ball was racing towards a boundary line, when suddenly McCullum who was giving the chase leap frogged in the air trying to stop the ball from crossing the rope. The dive was a good 4-5 feet in distance and around 2 foot in the air. The dive’s momentum took him crashing into the LED boundary boards and he checked his hand for any damaged because he had to land on his hand to stop the ball.

Even the commentators looked concern and in awe from the effort McCullum put in, risking his body in order to save a few runs. The third umpire was called to review the save and it turned out that McCullum’s body had touched the boundary pads while he was in contact with the ball. The ground umpire signalled 4 and all of that effort from Brendon McCullum went in vain.

Both Bangladesh and New Zealand are playing their final group matches before they go on to play the knockout matches. New Zealand is at the top of the group, while Bangladesh is 4th. Bangladesh got off to the worst possible start but it was Trent Boult who made them feel the heat with a fiery spell in the ICC World Cup 2015 at Hamilton. Imrul Kayes got a peach of a delivery and had his stumps uprooted  while Tamim Iqbal was drawn into fishing outside the off-stump of a delivery that went away from the southpaw and the ball went to Corey Anderson at first slip.

New Zealand won the toss and elected to field in their last group fixture at Hamilton. Both sides made changes in this dead rubber fixture with all-rounder Nasir Hossain getting a look in while tear away pacer Adam Milne missed out for the Kiwis and Mitchell McCleanaghan made his way back in the starting XI.