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[Watch] Sanvir Singh's stunning diving catch to send back Marcus Stoinis for 3 in SRH vs LSG clash

Published at :May 8, 2024 at 9:08 PM
Modified at :May 8, 2024 at 9:08 PM
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Utkarsh Rathour


Sanvir Singh replaced Mayank Agarwal in SRH playing XI for the game.

In match No. 57 of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024, Sunrisers Hyderabad’s (SRH) fielder Sanvir Singh took a stunning diving catch to end in-form Lucknow Super Giants’ (LSG) all-rounder Marcus Stoinis’ innings at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on May 8.

After losing the toss and bowling first, the Hyderabad bowlers had a perfect start as pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed veteran opener Quinton de Kock in the third over. The LSG opener went after scoring two runs as Nitish Kumar Reddy took a blinder at the boundary rope.

With the hosts looking to take more wickets in the powerplay, skipper Pat Cummins once again brought Bhuvneshwar to bowl the fifth over and his third one of the match. 

On the very first delivery of the over, skipper KL Rahul took a single. On the next ball, LSG all-rounder Stoinis, who was looking to score some runs, ended up chipping it towards Sanvir, who took a phenomenal diving catch.

Bhuvneshwar bowled a short delivery around the off-stump. The ball hurried towards Stoinis, who was looking to pull the ball. It hit on the bat and lobbed towards SRH fielder Sanvir, who was standing at the mid-on. The fielder ran across and timed his dive perfectly as he managed to take the catch just before the ball could hit the ground.

While checking the replay, the third umpire confirmed that Sanvir’s fingers were underneath the ball and the umpire gave the out decision. Stoinis departed after scoring just three runs in just five deliveries.

Here is the video:

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