After an epic run out vs Middlesex in the County Championships, a Nottinghamshire player breaks into a hilarious celebration as Stuart Broad joins in.

Luke Fletcher threw a direct throw at the stumps in a crucial run out . The 33-year-old defied the age threshold and pounced on the ball to inflict the run out .

There are certain moments in cricket that surprise even the most experienced players who have already seen almost everything the sport has to offer.Veteran Nottinghamshire player Luke Fletcher surprised even himself with a direct throw at the stumps, which resulted in a crucial run out of Stuart Broads bowling.Josh De Caires of Middlesex was the batter who was thrown out.As Stuart Broad put pressure on the other end, the batter at the other end-Mark Stoneman-had five dot balls in a row.

However, Luke, 33, defied the age threshold and pounced on the ball to inflict an epic run out.Despite this, the celebration after the run out was even more memorable, with players grabbing hold of an ecstatic Fletcher and chucking in celebration.With 48 runs, Skipper Peter Handscomb led the way.On the return, Nottinghamshire scored 415 runs, thanks to Haseeb Hameed's ton.

Steven Mullaney batted superbly for his 92, while Luke returned to enroeute the bowlers with the bat as he took 50 runs after taking one wicket.