South Africa’s Tristan Stubbs took an amazing catch with one hand
He accomplished this feat in the third T20 against England.
4 days ago, Stubbs had scored 72 runs in the first T20 at a strike rate of 257.
New Delhi. The third and final match of the 3 T20 series between England and South Africa was played in Southampton. The visiting team won this match by 90 runs and won the series 2-1. In this match, South African young player Tristan Stubbs could not make a splash like the first T20, but took a wonderful catch during the fielding. Whoever saw this catch was stunned. Stubbs took the catch by leaping four steps back. Now its video is going viral. Stubbs had scored 72 runs in the first match of this series at a strike rate of 257. This was his first innings in international cricket. Stubbs played for Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians in the IPL this year.
Stubbs took this amazing catch in the 10th over of England’s innings. This over was bowled by off-spinner Aidan Markram. Moeen Ali wanted to play the last ball of his over on the side, but due to the extra bounce in the ball, the bat hit the edge and the ball went into the air towards mid-off. It is difficult for anyone to believe what happened after that. Stubbs, who was fielding in the covers, ran a few steps to his left and back, and before the ball hit the ground, before it hit the ground, he caught it with one hand.
One of the best catches you’ll ever see
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 31, 2022
Amazing one-handed catch
Moeen Ali also could not believe that he was out. On this catch of Stubbs, the African team jumped and lifted him in the air. The spectators sitting in the stadium were also stunned to see this Superman avatar of Stubbs. Moin had no choice but to return to the dugout. After the dismissal of this all-rounder, England’s innings faltered and the entire team was all out for 101 runs in 16.4 overs chasing 192 runs. In this way, South Africa won the third T20 by 90 runs and also made the series in a fist.
FIRST PUBLISHED : August 01, 2022, 07:25 IST