Ravi Vishnu caught a great catch against Kolkata Knight Riders. Sunil Narine couldn’t believe his eyes. The Caribbean all-rounder of Kolkata Knight Riders could not accept that he was out like this.The video of Vishnu’s catch in the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Punjab Kings on Monday (April 26) is now viral on social media. The catch is said to be the best catch in the IPL this time.
Punjab Kings lost the match. Ravi Vishnui (19 runs in 4 overs) bowled well even though he did not get a wicket. But not with bowling, the 20-year-old legspinner caught his eye on Monday with his great fielding.
Chasing a small target of 124 runs, Kolkata lost 2 wickets for 9 runs. Left-arm pacer Arshdeep Singh came to bowl the third over. Narine bowled the last ball of the over at deep midwicket.
The high ball would have fallen between the two fielders and would have become a boundary in one drop. But Vishnu ran and grabbed the catch like a hawk. The way he fell to the ground with his hands clasped, he sat down to break his jaw a little more! However, he did not leave the catch, that catch is now being discussed.
In that great catch of Vishnu, Kolkata became 18 runs for 3 wickets. There was also the fear of losing them. However, Kolkata overcame Rahul Tripathi’s 41 off 32 balls and captain Eoin Morgan’s Captain Knock (47 not out off 40 balls).
Ravichandran Ashwin is one of the players in the Indian cricket team. This superstar has removed himself from the ongoing IPL. Delhi Capitals has honored his decision.
On Monday (April 26) night, Ashwin said on his personal Twitter account that he was withdrawing from the IPL while staying with his family during the ongoing Corona epidemic.
Delhi Capitals, which started the ongoing IPL with the Mumbai episode, also ended their Chennai episode with a match against Hyderabad. This time the destination of the team is Ahmedabad. Chennai announced its withdrawal immediately after the end of the episode. Ashwin lives here with his family. However, Ashwin said he would return if the situation was “normal”.
“I am taking a break from this year’s IPL, which will start tomorrow. My family is fighting against coronavirus,” he wrote on Twitter. And I want to be by their side during this difficult time. I’ll be right back if everything goes well. Thank you Delhi Capitals. ‘
On Sunday morning, Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Andrew Tie announced his return from the tournament as the second player in the current IPL. The reason is, of course, ‘personal’. Earlier in the week, Liam Livingstone, a teammate of Tai, left the IPL and returned to the country due to suffocation in the biosecurity zone.
Meanwhile, Delhi coach Ricky Ponting is looking at the whole situation a little differently. He told the media on Saturday that “what is happening here in the tournament is not the main issue but what is happening outside.” But Ponting has no doubts about biosecurity. “We are probably the safest people in the country in the biological protection zone we are in,” he said.