“Superman?” Twitter Reacts to David Miller’s Spectacular Catch to Fire Ravichandran Ashwin » FirstSportz

David Mueller
David Mueller

Over the years the Indian Premier League has seen some spectacular catches that have left fans and commentators in awe. David Miller’s catch of sacking Ravichandran Ashwin in the game between Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals sent the internet into a frenzy.

asked skipper Sanju Samson of Rajasthan Royals Gujarat Titans first to hit after losing the throw. The Titans got off to a bad start, falling three wickets down at 53, and seemed like they were struggling in the middle overs.

However, skipper Hardik Pandya and Abhinav Manohar took charge and sewed an 86-run partnership for the fourth wicket to get their team back on track. Hardik Pandya’s 87 from 52 helped his team reach 192/4.

The Rajasthan Royals got off to a flying start thanks to Jos Buttler, who smashed the Gujarat Titans bowlers everywhere. Yash Dayal knocked out Devdutt Padikkal for 0 points. To everyone’s surprise Ravichandran Ashwin was sent to bat in third position.

The plan could have been to counter Rashid Khan, which he did by hitting a six from the bowler. Ashwin started looking at the crease and stopped one perfectly against it Lockie Ferguson on the first ball of the fifth over, only to see David Miller dive left for an outrageous catch to sack Ashwin.

Look here:

Twitter responded as follows:

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