Ben Stokes left the entire Oval audience in awe with the unreal blinder of a catch – We bring you the greatest catches in Cricket World Cup history that are virtually impossible to replicate.
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Ben Stokes (England) vs South Africa | 2019
When Ben Stokes gets going, he can bat, he can bowl and he can fly as well. The brilliant catch near the boundary by Stokes has set the bar high for the season. We bet this catch will be talked through many World Cups.
Daniel Vettori (New Zealand) vs West Indies | 2015
It was a staggering exertion from the veteran cricketer to bounce noticeable all around, put out his left hand and take the ball which was going over the ropes. It was doubtlessly one of the noteworthy minutes for the man who was playing his last World Cup.
Dwane Leverock (Bermuda) vs India | 2007
This makes the rundown not such a great amount for stylish quality, yet satire esteem and a physical triumph. Bermuda’s appearance at the 2007 glass in the Caribbean was featured by the powerful left-arm spinner Leverock who hunched at first slip – the only fielding spot he could sufficiently possess.
Dale Steyn (South Africa) vs Pakistan | 2015
Before Steyn was hit for six by Grant Elliott in that elimination round, the incomparable South African quick bowler had more joyful recollections of Auckland’s Eden Park. Pakistan’s Ahmed Shehzad hoped to have cleared him at mid on towards the short limit, four runs looking likely.
Jhonty Rhodes (South Africa) vs England | 1999
At his preferred spot at in reverse point, Rhodes got full rise and pulled it in with his left hand. England tail-ender Robert Croft thought he had four from the ethereal square drive; rather he withdrew shaking his head and reviling.”
Here’s a video compilation of the greatest catches in World Cup history.
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