Media has always been one of the most potent weapon’ in the world. Media has the power to dethrone even most powerfuls and can turn an unknown entity into an overnight star. We see many videos doing rounds on social media, with people exploring their interests and sharing it to their community.
Now a day, Social media platforms are in habit of surfacing brilliant moments captured on the field to attract users. One such video is doing the rounds in the social media. The video is related to U-19 Zimbabwean wicketkeeper Dane Schadendorf pulls off a majestic stumping.
The video is taken from a match between New Zealand and Zimbabwe in the Quadrangular U19 Series in South Africa. It happened in the first innings of the match when New Zealand batsman Beckham Wheeler-Greenall stepped out of the crease to hit Zimbabwean spinner. On watching the batsman charging down the bowler threw the ball wide in the leg side. And then Dane Schadendorf came up with a stunning stumping as he collected the ball very wide of the leg stump and then affected a direct hit while not even looking at the stumps with one hand. With the direct Beckham Wheeler-Greenall had no chance of making it to the crease.
How good is this?!⚡️
Sharp reflexes from Dane Schadendorf. #capturedonPVMatch
— PitchVision Sports (@PitchVision) January 10, 2020
Coming to the series, India U-19 team, on January 9 clinched the series in an impressive manner as they remain unbeaten throughout the tournament. India defeated South Africa by 69 runs in the finale of the series. Invited to bat first India posted a decent score of 259-7 in their allotted 50 overs. Young sensation Dhruv Jurel scored a wonderfully compiled century he finished with 101 off 115 balls. In the reply, South Africa never get going as they folded out for 190 inside 44 overs.
This stumping from Zimbabwe U19's Dane Schadendorf is out of this world.
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) January 14, 2020