Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar took a stunning catch in the rain-affected second ODI against West Indies in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Sunday. The shear moment of brilliance came in the 35th over of second innings.
On the 5th ball of the over, Windies all-rounder Roston Chase hit a length ball straight in the bowler’s direction.
Bhuvneshwar dived on to his left to grab the ball with just one hand, sending Chase back to pavilion for 18.
In the same over, the seamer had already dismissed Nicholas Pooran for 42, and the match completely tilted in India’s favour after two quick wickets.
Bhuvneshwar also took wickets of tailender Kemar Roach and the swashbuckling opener Chris Gayle. He finished with figures of 4-31 in his 8 overs.
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Meanwhile, Virat Kohli led from the front with a magnificent ton, his 42nd in ODIs, to guide India to a comfortable 59-run win over West Indies via Duckworth-Lewis (DLS) method in the second game of the three-match series.