Pakistan's wicketkeeper caught the Indian batsman out by taking a catch with his leg, video went viral on social media. - Newztezz Online

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Monday, December 11, 2023

Pakistan's wicketkeeper caught the Indian batsman out by taking a catch with his leg, video went viral on social media.

 


In the Under-19 Asia Cup being played in Dubai,  the Indian team had to face defeat at the hands of Pakistan in the match held on Sunday. Captain Saad Baig played an important role in Pakistan's victory, playing a brilliant innings of 68 runs in batting and taking three catches in wicket-keeping.  

Saad took the catch of Adarsh ​​Singh (62 runs), who was batting brilliantly for India, the video of which is going viral on social media. Because Saad caught this catch not with his hands but with his feet.

This incident happened in the 32nd over of the Indian innings. The pair of Adarsh ​​and captain Uday Saharan had added 93 runs for the third wicket. Arafat Minhas came to bowl for Pakistan and he along with the captain broke the partnership. 

Arafat bowled the ball outside the off-stump line, on which left-handed batsman Adarsh ​​Singh tried to play a sweep but did not succeed and the ball took the edge of the bat towards the wicketkeeper. The ball hit Saad's gloves and got scattered, but he saved the ball from falling on the ground by trapping it between his two legs. After which the bowler appealed for out and the umpire agreed. 

After losing the toss and being invited to bat first, the Indian team scored 259 runs at the loss of 9 wickets in the stipulated 50 overs. For India, Adarsh ​​Singh scored 62 runs in 81 balls and captain Uday Saharan scored 60 runs in 98 balls. Whereas Sachin Das scored 58 runs in 42 balls.

The Pakistan team, which came to chase the target, got the first blow on the total score of 28 runs. After this Azan Awais added 110 runs with Shahzeb Khan for the second wicket. Shahzeb played an inning of 63 runs in 88 balls. Azaan along with captain Saad Bag took the innings forward and made a winning partnership of 125 runs for the third wicket. 

Ajan scored unbeaten 105 runs in 130 balls, while Bang scored unbeaten 68 runs in 51 balls.

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