Former England captain Nasser Hussain set his name into Guinness Book of World Records for taking the highest catch of a cricket ball.
The unique challenge was organised at Lord’s cricket ground by Sky Sports in the presence of an official from the Guinness World Records.
The 48-year-old cricketer-turned-commentator had to catch a ball from a height of at least 100 feet in three legal attempts. The former skipper set world record after the ball was dropped from a drone from a height of 49 meters (160 feet and 9.1 inches).
Hussain missed the catch in the first attempt, but took the catch in the second chance