IPL 2018: Michael Vaughan praises Trent Boult’s brilliant catch
IPL 2018: Michael Vaughan praises Trent Boult’s brilliant catch


In the world of cricket, there are many fabulous catches which generates a buzz. On Saturday night, same incident happen during RCB versus DD. Kiwis speedster Trent Boult pulled off to send back run-machine aka RCB skipper Virat Kohli during an Indian Premier League encounter between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Daredevils at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.

This unbelievable stunning catch happen in the last ball of the 11th over, when the RCB captain hit a full toss from Harshal Patel off his pads and it appeared to sail over Trent Boult at the backward square leg. But the New Zealand speedster put in a superhuman effort, timed his jump perfectly, fell down facing the boundary rope and completing one of the most unbelievable catches in the history of IPL. He was just inches away from touching the rope. The catch was reviewed and it was considered legit. Kohli departs after scoring 30 runs against Delhi Daredevils.

“I think we could quite easily have just seen the Greatest ever catch,” tweeted the former England captain Michael Vaughan.

Commentator and former England Test batsman David Lloyd termed it a moment of “magic” while England and Rajasthan Royals all-rounder Ben Stokes wrote on Twitter: “Don’t think you can even describe that as a catch… that’s something different.”

The match will also be remembered for AB de Villiers’ unbeaten 90 off 39 balls that led Bangalore to a six-wicket win at M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

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