Best catch of the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup

Relive the most spectacular catches of the Super 12 stage that are contenders for tournament catches of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022.

“What a unique glow!”

Perhaps the most important catch of the Super 12 stage, Dutch veteran Roelof van der Merwe took the ripper and fired dangerous man David Miller, putting South Africa on the road to defeat and losing the semi-finals.

“Absolutely fantastic!”

Rilee Rossouw scored a team hat-trick for South Africa by calmly pulling in a leaping catch on the border from Pakistani big hitter Iftikhar Ahmed.

“G for Superman!

Zimbabwe was eyeing India’s Big Scalp at the MCG. Ryan Burl ran around the boundary and took his catch diving off the Rishabh Pant and hard he held the ball despite landing.

“How nice!”

Glen Phillips sparked the Super 12 stage as New Zealand hit a high-flying catch in the outfield to fend off strong Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis.

“Brilliant Catch!”

Liam Livingston took a well-placed position in the deep after Afghan starter Hazrat Zazai sliced ​​a cut shot high and long, but was unable to get his hands under the ball to claim England’s catch. I had to dive low.

“Great grabs from Joss Butler”

On the night England made 10 catches against Afghanistan, skipper Jos Butler single-handedly pulled down a screamer after Mohammad Nabi grabbed Mark Wood’s flyer.

“Fine catch!”

A seemingly tricky catch that will probably earn you extra points for style rather than skill.

‘Adil Rashid returns and shocks again’

Afghan batter Najibullah Zadran hit a highball that seemed set to fall safely inside the ropes, Adil Rashid ran enough ground in the flight of the ball, and handed in England’s diving catch. I put it in

“Rashid Khan’s sliding catch.”

The Afghan spinner showed how he can do damage with the bat against Australia when he threw 48* off 23 pitches, but only after taking a creative catch from Pat Cummins.

“Babar Azam takes one of tournament catches”

Pakistani skipper Babar Azam must move himself into the first slip of Zimbabwean batter Regis Chakabuba’s first ball, then jump hard right towards the ball to pull down the sharpest catch. I didn’t.

There were many great catches on the field at the T20 World Cup, but the tournament’s unofficial catch contender came at the end of the Big 6 from Holland’s Colin Ackermann.

There were also some great catches in the first round that are contenders for best catch of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022.

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