'What have I seen': Frenzy over chaotic team-catch against Aussies

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Dwayne Bravo (pictured right) dropping the ball after (pictured right) Aaron Finch hit the ball high into the sky.
Fabian Allen took a remarkable catch after Dwayne Bravo (pictured right) dropped the ball off a high Aaron Finch (pictured left) shot. (Image: Kayo Sport)

The West Indies have pulled off a remarkable team catch to help stunt Australia to a modest total of 6/141 in the third T20 match of the series.

Needing a win to stop West Indies taking the series, Australia got off to a solid star before two quick wickets left the team at 3-80 with Aaron Finch on 30 (30) and Moses Henriques 1 (3) at the crease.

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However, captain Finch sent the ball high into the sky off in-form spinner Hayden Walsh's bowling.

Allrounder and brilliant fielder Dwayne Bravo was under the ball and teammate Fabian Allen peeled off to give him room.

But, Bravo couldn't get hold of the ball as it bobbled out of his grasp.

Bravo snatched at it again and the ball fortuitously fell in the direction of his teammate.

Allen read the play and dived to his left to take the brilliant catch and remove the dangerous Finch.

Fans went wild over the catch and the amazing teamwork from Allen.

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West Indies continue Aussie struggles

Australia's batting in the T20 series so far has been underwhelming.

Australia suffered a second embarrassing T20 loss to the West Indies in 24 hours in the previous match after losing by 56 runs in St Lucia on Saturday night.

The Aussies suffered a horrific batting collapse to lose the first T20 on Friday, and it wasn't much better on Saturday.

Chasing a formidable total of 197 for victory, the Aussies were bowled out for 140 with four balls to spare.

The embarrassing display was epitomised by the farcical runout of Ashton Agar in which he and Dan Christian ended up at the same end.

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