James Vince, playing for the Sydney Sixers in BBL 2019, will count himself as extremely unlucky after his freak dismissal against the Melbourne Renegades.
Tabraiz Shamsi has been doing some noticeable things in the Mzansi Super League being played in his home country.
England were left to rue an uncomfortable day in the field with six spilled chances including three by James Vince.
James Vince top-scored for the tourists with 59, notching his maiden T20 half century as England chased down New Zealand's 154-run target in 18.3 overs.
Jofra Archer's late bid for a World Cup place was rewarded with the Barbados-born fast bowler being named in hosts England's 15-man squad for the tournament.
Brendon McCullum's spectacular save caused a stir among fans, many of whom took to Twitter to debate about the legality of the effort.
England lead the five-Test series 2-1, with two matches to go.
James Vince and Mark Stoneman were the toast of England as they ended day three of the second Test against New Zealand sensing their first away victory in two years.
While some cricketing fans were left unimpressed with the pot-shots taken by Manjrekar, some thoroughly enjoyed his sense of humour.
Captain Joe Root and Alastair Cook both fell cheaply before the tourists reached 196 for four when bad light ended an attritional, rain-affected day.