Virat Kholi Reaction Ajinkya Rahane Drops Catch Watch Video
Ishant Sharma was bowling in the sixth over of the innings and in front of him was Keaton Jennings. This was the third over of Ishant over. During the same over, a length ball went in the slip direction while taking the edge of Keaton Jennings’s bat. The ball was quite low and was seen in the hands of captain Virat Kohli on the third slip.
Suddenly Ajinkya Rahane, standing next to him, drew the dive and tried to take catch but he not only caught himself, but also got the chance of Virat from him. Ajinkya Rahane left the catch as soon as caught for the catch Virat Kohli was sitting up to look angry at the face of Kohli. Virat Kohli’s displeasure was expressed by his eyes and he stared at Rahane for a long time.
If talk of data, then from December 2013 till now, the Indian team left 46 catches on the off-seam balls of fast bowlers and managed to take 38 catches. Earlier on the tour of South Africa, the Indian cricket team had made headlines by fielding a spectacular fielding. India did not give any catches in the memorable win in Johannesburg.