Former England captain Nasser Hussain set a new Guinness World Record for taking the highest catch of cricket ball. The ball dropped from an aerial drone. The challenge organised by Sky Sports Cricket at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, Nasser Hussain managed to catch a cricket ball dropped from a Batcam drone which fly in the air at 32 metres (104 ft) high. Nasser Hussain completed the task in three attempts.

After create record Nasser Hussain told, “Sky Sports are always looking to push the limits and be innovative in their approach to coverage, and this was certainly a very different experience for me. It was great fun attempting to catch cricket balls dropped from a drone at the home of cricket – something I never thought I would do. But I am now looking forward to giving my hands a rest and getting back to the commentary box for the upcoming Test match.“

Nasser Hussain missed the final one which was dropped from 400 feet but by then, he had create a record that is recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records.

Nasser Hussain to catch a ball from at least 100 feet in three legal attempts.