This saying is very much famous in Cricket. This 2020 IPL season witnessed some spectacular catches till date and more catches to be seen. Here a few catches are seen in the matches.

1. Faf Du Plessis’s catch:
During the match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians in Abu Dhabi, Mumbai Indians’ batsman Hardik Pandya and Saurabh Tiwary were in good touch and Pandya sent the ball to boundaries two times in the form of Sixer. He tried to send the third sixer, and all the spectators and commentators thought it was another six, but there Faf Du Plessis appeared and caught the ball. Everyone appreciated his fielding abilities.

2. Sanju Samson of Rajasthan Royals:
Another spectacular catch was recorded, in this season by Sanju Samson. The unusual catch was when the match between Rajasthan Royals and Kolkata Knight Riders went on. The fled lights were hurting and discomforting the eyes of the fielders but Sanju Samson brilliantly caught the ball. Sachin Tendulkar also appreciated the catch and he recalled his memory of a match in 1992 against West Indies.

3. Kamlesh Nagarkoti of Kolkata Knight Riders:
Kamlesh is appreciated for his line and length in his bowling. Not only that, he is appreciated for his fielding as well. He is an athletic fielder and his spectacular fielding can be seen in all the matches.

4. MS Dhoni’s helicopter catch!!
We all know MS Dhoni’s helicopter shot, but in a recent match against Delhi Capitals during wicket-keeping, he caught a catch which looked like a helicopter catch. A fan of him tweeted his catch and had drawn the helicopter around him.  Mr. Cool achieved another record with a recent diving catch. He caught 100 catches till now in the IPL matches. This is a record set by him. It is a rare feat. This is another feather in his cap.

These are a few catches and many more are there, however, let’s enjoy more spectacular fielding marvels. Capitaldelhi.com will come up with a more spectacular show of IPL

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