When Indian players were dropping catch, this boy standing outside field and caught a brilliant catch, watch Video

The main team of the Indian cricket team has left for Australia today i.e. on 6 October for the upcoming T20 World Cup. At the same time, another team adorned with young players is currently playing a 3-match ODI series against South Africa (IND vs SA). The first match of which is being played at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow.

Till writing the news, the visiting team has scored 249 runs in their innings, while at one point this team had lost 4 batsmen for just 104 runs. The biggest hand of the Proteas reaching this score has been India’s poor fielding. However, during this time a video is becoming fiercely viral, seeing which the Indian team can be embarrassed.

The boy standing outside the field caught the ball easily

With only 9 days left in the T20 World Cup, India has played all its international T20 matches so far before this big tournament. In which the biggest drawback of bowling as well as the level of fielding is also leaving the hopes of Team India in balance. In the last 1 year, the Indian team has become the second highest catch-dropping team. A similar situation was seen in the Asia Cup 2022 when Arshdeep Singh dropped the ball at a crucial juncture.

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After this, the situation remained the same in the T20 series against Australia and South Africa and now the same scene is being seen in ODIs as well. However, during the same match, when the South African batsman took the ball out of the field after hitting the ball for a six, the boy standing outside the boundary line caught the ball. At the same time, seeing the ease with which that boy caught the ball in his hands, the Indian team can definitely be embarrassed. This video has created a lot of ruckus on social media.

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