1. IPL Final 2017: Jaydev Unadkat takes ‘sensational catch’ to get rid of Lendl Simmons, watch video

IPL Final 2017: Jaydev Unadkat takes ‘sensational catch’ to get rid of Lendl Simmons, watch video

IPL 2017: Mumbai Indians put up a disappointing show with the bat against the Rising Pune Supergiant in the final of the tenth edition of the Indian Premier League.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: May 21, 2017 9:51 PM
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IPL 2017: Mumbai Indians put up a disappointing show with the bat against the Rising Pune Supergiant in the final of the tenth edition of the Indian Premier League. The two-time champions failed to build partnerships as Pune dominated the game from the word go at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on Sunday evening. However, one man who stole the thunder was left-arm fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat who probably pulled off the catch of the season to get rid of Mumbai Indians’ opener Lendl Simmons.

In the third over of Mumbai Indians innings, Unadkat took a stunning reflex catch to send back Lendl Simmons. Unadkat smartly rolled his fingers on one of his deliveries and then followed it up with a stunning catch on the follow-throw. Watch the video here:

Pune was outstanding in the field and soon after Unadkat’s catch, captain Steve Smith produced another moment of brilliance in the field. Smith got rid of Ambati Rayudu with a direct throw from mid-off to push Mumbai in further trouble. Later in the innings, Shardul Thakur also pulled off a stunner to dismiss Rohit Sharma at the boundary.

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Unadkat who was released by Kolkata Knight Riders last year was bought by Rising Pune Supergiant this season for just Rs 30 lakh and turned out to be one of the biggest game changers for his side. With 22 wickets, Unadkat is the second in the list of leading wicket-takers this year, only behind Bhuvneshwar Kumar (26).

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