On the other hand, the fielder throws, but the ball neither hits the stumps nor is caught by a fielder to run out. Now another twist is that the non-striking batsman reaches back to his crease during this run, while the wicket-keeper also reaches the non-striking end in this run. He was in full alert that he would uproot the stumps as soon as the ball arrived, but he did not get the chance to do so.
The matter does not end here. When the batsman at the non-striking end reaches his crease, the batsman who played the shot now reaches half the pitch to take the run. Here the batsman at the non-striking end showed some sense and stopped him from taking the run. That means no run is scored and no run out. Yes, the wicketkeeper completes the required runs. It looks like a video of a test or domestic match. However, information about which match is not available.