Watch: Brendon Mccullum almost took catch of the century

Former New Zealand skipper and player Brendon Mccullum pulled off a great effort to grab a catch and unfortunately he failed in the mission.

Brendon's stunning effort for a catch

Big Bash League of this Australian summer has started to move towards an elite position among the fans as it has brought up more exciting contents to the fans as it progresses.

In the 21st game of the league, Brisbane Heat took on Perth Scorchers in Perth. Brisbane Heat won the toss and elected to bowl first and succeeded in that decision too.

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Perth Scorchers were restricted for only 135 runs in their 20 overs for the loss of six wickets. Brisbane Heat managed to chase the total comfortably for the loss of five wickets with ten more balls to spare.

Even though it was a low scoring one-sided game, it was never short of actions. Former New Zealand player Brendon Mccullum, representing Brisbane Heat was the highlight of the match for his tremendous effort in the field.

Josh Lator of Brisbane Heat bowled a full-length delivery to Mitchell Marsh and the Aussie all-rounder lofted it towards long-off. Brendon Mccullum was the fielder there.

Brendon made a huge leap towards his left side and almost grabbed the ball in his left hand. But he missed the ball when he was landing on the ground. Even though he missed it was highly lauded by the fans for his stunning effort especially at this age.

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