Steve Smith Catch: First jumping japak then leopard-like jump, Steve Smith caught incredible catch, eyes will not trust

Steve Smith Catch: First jumping japak then leopard-like jump, Steve Smith caught incredible catch, eyes will not trust

Visakhapatnam: The second match of the interesting 3-match ODI series between India and Australia is being played in Visakhapatnam on Sunday, March 19. Australia captain Steve Smith won the toss and decided to bowl first in this match. Which has proved to be very effective so far. The wickets of the Indian team are continuously falling. Rohit Sena seems to be in a lot of trouble at the moment. Vice captain Hardik Pandya has also got out after scoring just 1 run. However, Australian captain Steve Smith played an important role in his dismissal. He caught such a catch of Hardik by flying in the air that every spectator sitting in front of the ground and TV was stunned.

Incredible catch by Steve Smith

Actually, the 10th over of the Indian innings was being bowled by Sean Abbott from Australia. And on the third ball of his over, star all-rounder Hardik Pandya was on strike. Abbott bowls on good length to Pandya. Hardik could not understand that ball properly and the ball took the edge of his bat and started going in front of the slip. But Captain Steve Smith himself was stationed there at that time. As everyone knows that Smith is an amazing fielder and is often seen taking amazing catches. In such a situation, Smith did not let the ball go in front of him. He flew in the air and took an unbelievable catch with his right hand. No one could believe seeing this great catch of his. Smith was not getting bloated after catching the catch. In such a situation, now the video of his amazing catch is becoming fiercely viral on social media. Let us tell you that before this, Smith had also taken a brilliant catch of Rohit Sharma while jumping in the slips.

Half the team returned to the pavilion within 50 runs

Australia’s fast bowler Mitchell Starc was seen spewing fire with his bowling in the second ODI being played between India and Australia. He troubled the Indian batsmen a lot with his dreaded bowling. Stark has taken the wickets of India’s four top order batsmen Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav and KL Rahul in this match. With this, half of India’s team was dismissed within just 50 runs and returned to the return pavilion. The visiting team has completely dominated this match so far.
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