If age is just a number then there is absolutely little denying that Brendon McCullum is one of the few players in the game right now who prove it right.
The former New Zealand skipper pulled off of a sensational boundary line save while playing for Brisbane Heat against Perth Scorchers in the ongoing Big Bash League (BBL). The 37-year-old nearly had everyone gasping for breath with his acrobatic stunt on the outfield.
The incident took place in the 6th over of Scorchers innings when the Aussie batsman Cameron Bancroft played a straight shot down the ground for a boundary. But ‘Superhuman’ McCullum quickly chased the ball and stopped it from crossing the boundary rope.
Suspended in mid-air, his body was not touching the ground when he made contact with the ball.
Here’s the video:
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) February 1, 2019