If you are a cricket fan or even not, you tend to remember an excellent shot or extravagant delivery by the players on the field. We all know how six sixes in an over mesmerize the fans. There have been instances when players caught the ball in a fraction of second and the viewers almost ate their fingers. Such catches are remembered by everyone. A week back, the world went gaga over Usman Khawaja’s catch to dismiss Virat Kohli in Adelaide. Then it was Indian Captain’s turn and he did it with the swag which will be remembered by fans all around the world.
On December 14, Virat Kohli was at the Optus Stadium in Perth and put up an incredible piece of fielding on display. Ishant Sharma’s short-pitched delivery bounced off and Australian player Handscomb tried to get behind the ball but it got carried towards the second slip right in Virat’s hands. The catch was not easy, but Kohli’s perfect jump made it a piece of cake. He stretched to the maximum and leapt on to a one-handed catch.
Look here at the stunning catch by Virat Kohli.
TAKE A BOW @IMVKOHLI 🇮🇳👑
— Telegraph Sport (@telegraph_sport) December 14, 2018
As soon as Kohli caught on to the ball, he landed and it was the celebration time, not only for the team India but the fans too! This is how they reacted on Twitter.
— rahul patil (@rahulpa19963622) December 14, 2018
We agree! It was too good to be true but it was real.
That’s virtually impossible how he does it practically,, good one pic.twitter.com/eAYpvxjVqS
— Mir Javaid (@mirjavaid1553) December 14, 2018
Star of Wonders! Star of Life!! Star conceived with out Orginal Light!!!
— Anthony Gerard Louis Mascarenhas (@AnthonyGerardL3) December 14, 2018
The catch is one of its kind and fans are loving it.
— ريحان (@kazisahab08) December 14, 2018
Virat is the player who is on a spree to smash records with his master class batting but the athletic cricketer is perfect with his body and that is clearly shown in his fielding. The catch was one such example and we would not be surprised if he does it again. What do you think of the stunning catch?