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IPL 2020: Now just two days are left for the start of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League. The first match of this season will be played on 19 September in the United Arab Emirates from 7.30 pm Indian time. In the first match, last time winner Mumbai Indians face the runners-up Chennai Super Kings. In this prestigious tournament of the country, the feelings of cricket fans are at its peak. It is very interesting to see the struggle of ball and bat in the IPL. Apart from this, it is also very interesting to stop the batsmen of the opposition team during fielding by the player in the field. Many players have earned their names in the field of cricket by their excellent fielding. Talk about the fielding of players in the IPL, some players have surprised everyone with their excellent fielding in this tournament. Here we will tell you about some similar matches of IPL, which are as follows.
1- Ricky Ponting leaping into the air caught Unmukt Chand’s brilliant catch:
In the IPL-2013 (IPL-2013), former Australia captain Ricky Ponting took a catch in the air in a match played between Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Daredevils (currently Delhi Capitals). Surprised everyone. Actually, Ponting, playing for Mumbai, was fielding on covers. At the same time, the young batsman of the opposition team, Unmukt Chand, hit a ball from Harbhajan Singh. All the players present there felt that the ball would go outside the boundary, but Ponting, who was fielding the covers, surprised everyone by leaping into the air and catching a great catch.
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2- Chris Lynn returns the pavilion to AB de Villiers:
In the IPL-2014 (IPL-2014), Australian current batsman Chris Lynn played for Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore star batsman AB de Villiers (AB de Villiers) had returned the pavilion with a great catch. Lynn caught a pull shot played by De Villiers in this match, leaping in reverse direction behind him at the deep square leg boundary.
3- Great catch by Kieron Pollard:
In a match played between Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals in the IPL-2014, West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard grabbed a one-handed catch of Rajasthan lower-order batsman Kevin Cooper (Kevon Cooper). Everyone was surprised. In this match, Pollard threw a vigorous shot by Cooper without going inside the boundary first, then he ran several meters and caught the ball with one hand and surprised everyone.
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4- Suresh Raina’s ‘Blind’ catch:
Suresh Raina, the middle-order star batsman who recently announced his retirement from Team India, headed by Gujrat Lions in IPL-2016 (IPL-2016), Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Suryakumar Yadav Yadav) surprised everyone by leaping about five feet and catching a catch with one hand. Yadav could not understand Dwayne Smith’s bouncer ball. Because of which the ball bounced in the air taking the edge of the bat.
5- Shane Watson and David Wise pair showed awesome:
Playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore (Shane Watson) and David Wiese, playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL-2016, the young Daredevils batsman Shreyas Iyer showed tremendous juggling near the boundary line. ) Was shown the way to the pavilion.
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Let us know that after a long break due to Corona virus all the Indian players are ready for the 13th edition of the IPL to be held in the United Arab Emirates. The IPL 2020 will begin on September 19, while its final match will be played on November 10. A total of 60 matches, including the final, will be played in this 53-day T20 tournament.