Fran Wilson
Fran Wilson (Credits: Twitter)

The cricket fans have been lucky enough to see some spectacular catches in the last few days. Ben Stokes and Sheldon Cottrell’s breathtaking catches in the ongoing World Cup had left many gasping for breath. Well, England women team’s star Fran Wilson has pulled off yet another gem of a catch and it is as good as one can expect.

She pulled off the stunner in the third and final ODI against West Indies on Thursday. On the last ball of the second over, Hayley Matthews cut a Kate Cross delivery ferociously towards the cover. The ball was well between two fields at point and cover. Not a single individual watching the game would have thought that the ball would stop before the boundary ropes.

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Fran Wilson
Fran Wilson is not new to taking stunning catches on the field (Credits: Twitter)

However, Fran Wilson had some other plans as she leapt full length to her left at cover to grab the ball in mid-air, leaving everyone shell shocked.

“That’s ridiculous. It has to go up as one of the best catches I’ve ever seen live. I can’t wait to see the highlights,” said England skipper Heather Knight on Fran Wilson’s catch.

Here is the catch from Fran Wilson to dismiss Hayley Matthews:

Talking about the game, England beat West Indies by 135 runs to inflict a 135-run defeat on the Caribbean outfit. Amy Jones hit 80 and Sarah Taylor 70 as England posted 258-4 in 39 overs. In reply, West Indies, while chasing a revised total of 267, ended up on 131 for 9. Kate Cross was the pick of the bowlers, picking up 2 for just 16.

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The win earned England two points in the International Cricket Council’s Women’s Championship and virtually guarantees a place in the 2021 World Cup.

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