Fielding has become a major aspect in cricket as the more you save runs the more beneficial it will be for the respective team. In the modern era, cricketers have been involved so much in the genre of fitness that they had highly raised the standards of the fielding which made an inclined in enthusiasm over athleticism.
We have noticed it in the men’s cricket but the amazing fact is that the same kind of fielding efforts has been seen in the women’s cricket as well where Indian Women Cricketer Harleen Deol has amazed everyone with her eye-catching brilliant fielding.
A remarkable handling exertion by India’s Harleen Deol in the profound grabbed everybody’s eye after she picked a staggering catch to excuse England’s set hitter Amy Jones.
Harleen Deol was handling at long-off and Amy Jones crushed the ball into the deep! Everybody thought it was cruising for the most extreme yet Harleen bounced into the air and attempted to hang on.
Tragically, the limit ropes were only centimetres behind her and she immediately understood that in the event that she didn’t deliver the ball it would have been another six.
And afterward she hurls the ball noticeable all around and utilises the ground and hops once again into the battleground to make a plunge for an exciting catch!
The entire group raced to Harleen Deol to salute her for her heavenly exertion! Also, yes! It was perhaps the best gets of All-time if not The best!
Indeed, even the England camp was in shock and visuals of Danni Wyatt extolling her for her endeavours were seen!
Says a lot about the class and improvement in Women's cricket – This was a mad catch. pic.twitter.com/3ICi0LRdse
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) July 9, 2021
In the first T20I, England Women scored a total of 177-7 in the span of 20 overs, but eventually consistent rain led the match due to the D/L method. India scored 54-3 in 8.4 overs which led hosts to win the match by 18 runs.
— Isa Guha (@isaguha) July 9, 2021
Natalie Sciver was awarded as the player of the match. The second T20I will be played on 11th July at Hove.