WATCH - Marnus Labuschagne pulls off a stunning run-out in the Marsh Cup

Labuschagne was alert when the Tasmania batsman tried to steal a single.

Marnus Labuschagne | GETTY (FILE)

Queensland cricketer Marnus Labuschange pulled off a magnificent run-out in the second match of the Marsh Cup against Tasmania. Tasmania batsman Tom Andrews was trying to complete a cheeky single but couldn't beat Labuschagne's speed.

Labuschagne was alert when Jordan Silk tapped the ball to run an easy single. He quickly reached near the ball and collected it in one go to run out the non-striker Andrews running at the danger end.

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Andrews had to go back after scoring just 1 run. It was the seventh wicket for Tasmania for 143 runs. But they still managed to take their total to 237 after Silk scored 77 runs.

Cricket Australia's digital team shared the video on Twitter. They wrote, "You cannot keep Marnus Labuschagne out of the game!".

Queensland easily chased down the target in 47.4 overs. Their captain Usman Khawaja was the top scorer with 93 runs. Labuschagne could only add 18 runs off 14 deliveries. He had also bowled earlier in the match and gave away 15 runs in 3 overs without any wicket.


By Sihyeu Singh - 22 Feb, 2021

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