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Puran caught a brilliant catch by jumping: West Indies captain caught the ball going at the speed of the bullet with one hand, Iyer was surprised

Puran caught a brilliant catch by jumping: West Indies captain caught the ball going at the speed of the bullet with one hand, Iyer was surprised

In the first ODI played between India and West Indies on Friday, West Indies captain Nicolas Puran caught a surprise catch. The 36th over of the Indian innings was Gudkesh Moti. Shreyas Iyer tried to play his ball over the cover, but Nicholas Puran, standing there, jumped into the air with one hand, caught the ball. Iyer did not trust his eyes. He kept looking at Puran. Iyer was dismissed for 54 runs. The video of this catch is being watched a lot on social media and is getting praise. It has also been done in the first fantastic filing IPL 2020, Nicholas Puran playing for Punjab in the 9th match played between Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab. Had won everyone's heart with his fielding. Puran converted the six into two runs with his fielding. On the third ball of the 8th over of Rajasthan's innings, Sanju Samson played a long shot, while fielding on long on, Puran, who was flying in the air, went inside about four feet inside the boundary and threw the ball inside the field. On Puran's fielding, the great player Jonty Rhodes first stood and applauded, then bent and greeted Puran. At the same time, Sachin Tendulkar had tweeted that he did not see the best service in his life. Ayyar completed 1000 runs, 1000 runs, Iyer also completed one thousand runs in ODIs before being dismissed. He made his debut against Sri Lanka in 2017. Iyer is a regular part of the team after the 2019 World Cup. Playing the 28th match, Iyer completed one thousand runs in the 25th innings. He has jointly ranked second in the list of Indian batsmen who scored the fastest one thousand runs in ODIs. Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan did this in 24 innings. Navjot Singh Sidhu took 25 innings equal to Iyer. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 2:51 am
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