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[Watch] Travis Head's Perfect Day Continues With A 'Killer-Reflexes' Catch vs WI At Adelaide Oval 

image-lrivk09aTravis Head's phenomenal catch at short-leg (AP News)

Australian cricket sensation Travis Head showcased his brilliance once again, making headlines with a stunning catch during the second day of the first Test against the West Indies in Adelaide. 

The highlight came when West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite attempted to flick a full-length delivery from Josh Hazlewood, only for Head to exhibit extraordinary reflexes at short leg. Bending low to his left side, Head secured the catch with both hands just inches above the ground, leaving the visitors reeling at a dismal 1/2 in the second innings. His fielding prowess was celebrated by teammates who mobbed him for the exceptional display.

Travis Head's brilliant reflex catch at short-leg in 1st Test vs West Indies:

Earlier in the same match, Head played a pivotal role with the bat, rescuing Australia from a precarious situation. With the team struggling at 67/3 and trailing the West Indies' first innings total by 121 runs, the left-handed batsman crafted a sparkling century. His innings of 119 runs off 134 deliveries not only steadied the ship but also propelled Australia to a first-innings lead of 95 on a challenging pitch. 

This marked Head's seventh Test century and his first of the Australian home summer, following a comparatively quiet series with the bat against Pakistan. The 30-year-old had recently played a crucial part in Australia's triumph in the ODI World Cup, earning Player of the Match honors in both the semi-final and final.