India vs Australia: Sean Abbott dismissed Hardik Pandya in Vizag ODI. Steve Smith jumped and caught the catch. India’s condition deteriorated in the second ODI against Australia.
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New Delhi: How long can you jump to make a catch? Of course, no matter how much you kill. but whenever steve smith If you see this leap, you will want to see it again and again. Smith has won everyone’s heart with the flight he has taken to end Pandya’s game on the ground of Vizag. For him, the movement regarding the catch is fast both inside and outside Team India.
When Steve Smith took charge of the Australian team in the ODI series against India in the absence of Pat Cummins, the team faced defeat in the very first ODI played in Mumbai. But when it came to saving the series in the second ODI, Smith was seen leading his team from the front in the fielding before the bat. He was seen setting an example for his other fielders. Along with what he did, the bowlers were also encouraged.
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Smith in the air, Pandya out!
The most tremendous view of Steve Smith’s fielding was seen in the 10th over of the Indian innings. Before this over, Mitchell Starc had spread his terror inside the Indian camp by taking 4 wickets alone. In such a situation, when fast bowler Abbott came to bowl the 10th over, he got the benefit.
Sean Abbott managed to trap Hardik Pandya, who came on a new wicket. The second ball of his over took the edge of Pandya’s bat and went straight behind the wicket. It would have been a boundary if Steve Smith had not caught it with his tremendous jump. Smith’s jump for the catch is now in the headlines. At the same time, it worked to give the fifth blow to India.
Sean Abbott gets wicket from Smith’s flight
Hardik Pandya, who needed to settle on the wicket in those difficult conditions, got out after scoring just 1 run. Shaun Abbott got this wicket. But, this wicket was not possible if Smith had not caught the ball by jumping in the air.
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