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England vs Australia: Jos Buttler nutmegs Steve Smith to produce sensational run-out during World Cup semi-final

talkSPORT Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler took nutmegging to a whole new level at Edgbaston. The skill, designed to beat and humiliate an opponent in football by slotting the ball through their legs, is rarely seen in cricket – until now! With crowd favourite Steve Smith on 85 in the Cricket World Cup semi-final, the Australia batsman […]
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