Wriddhiman Saha stunned the cricket fans with a magnificent catch in second India vs South Africa Test. The wicket-keeper took a blinder and Theunis de Bruyn was forced to make his way back to the pavilion. The 34-year has been in sensational form behind the stumps and has grabbed many brilliant catches in the ongoing series. The Bengal-born cricketer seemed impeccable against spin and pace and played a crucial role in India’s dominance in the series. The latest display of Saha’s brilliance was seen when he stunned De Bruyn with a great take behind the stumps. The dismal didn’t just bring an end to the South African’s innings and but all gained a lot of praise for the internet users. India Vs South Africa, Live Cricket Score 2nd Test Match.
In the sixth over of South Africa’s second innings, Umesh Yadav bowled a wayward delivery down the leg side which was gloved by the right-handed De Bruyn – Saha made a full-stretched dive and took an absolute screamer. Everyone on the field left awestruck by the wicket-keeper’s great effort and Twitterati also erupted to hail the veteran. The Indian team management was often questioned to include Saha ahead of Rishabh Pant. However, with such flabbergasting show behind the stumps, Saha has justified the decision. Meanwhile, let’s take a look at the response of Netizens to Saha’s brilliance.
Is It So??
— Right Arm Over (@RightArmOver_) October 13, 2019
Praises on Saha!!
— Rit Jain (@ritjain13) October 13, 2019
Who said Saha can't fly
— K V N Rao (@kvnra0) October 13, 2019
Saha All around!!
— Prasad Bhave (@Tweet2PBee) October 13, 2019
India are on the diver's seat in the ongoing Pune Test and are looking all seat to win the match and seal the series 2-0. Earlier in the day, South Africa came to bat against after receiving a follow-on. The visitors again got off to a poor start and lost early wickets. Opener Aiden Markram bagged a duck and De Bruyn was to follow. South Africa still have to score 365 runs in order to go past India's first innings tally of 601 runs. So, India's 11th successive Test series victory at home just seems a matter of time.