Former Aussie drummer Michael Klinger has proven he always has what it takes to mix it up with the best of them, taking a sensational border catch in Friday night’s BBL while being interviewed.
The Melbourne Renegades coach midway through his side’s 26-point loss to the Brisbane Heat at Marvel Stadium, when his wicket keeper Sam Harper hit a whopping six to the side.
Facing the pitch while being interviewed, Klinger’s header screams from the ball heading towards him as he rolled over and plucked the ball without skipping a beat – earning himself huge praise from his loved ones.
“Moved like a cat,” commentator Mark Howard said on Fox Cricket.
“There was only a second or so to know where it was,” added Shane Warne.
“I tell you what, talk about courage and bravery, if he dropped that, could you imagine the stick he would have gotten from his buddies.”
The 40-year-old returned to his interview with a big smile and calmly explained that he “always got it”.