Ravindra Jadeja, Faf du Plessis
Ravindra Jadeja, Faf du Plessis celebrate a wicket (Credits: IPLT20)

Ravindra Jadeja rarely fails to make an impact while fielding. One of the best fielders in the world, the India star justified his reputation once again with a stunning effort in the ongoing match between Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders.

Ravindra Jadeja and Faf du Plessis joined hands to take a stunning catch to send back the dangerous Sunil Narine. The West Indian, who had failed to deliver as an opener in the first four games, was demoted to number four in the ongoing game.

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Watch: Ravindra Jadeja And Faf du Plessis Join Hands To Dismiss Sunil Narine With Stunning Effort
Sunil Narine (Credits: BCCI)

Rahul Tripathi, who had impressed against Delhi Capitals, was promoted to open the innings alongside Shubman Gill. Tripathi fully justified the decision with a fine fifty. At the time of compiling this report, he was batting on 58 while Kolkata Knight Riders were at 109 for 3 after 13 overs.

Narine, nonetheless, was sent out to bat after the dismissal of Nitish Rana. Known for his hard-hitting skills, the Knight Riders star started in fine fashion by slamming his West Indies teammate Dwayne Bravo for a six and four in the tenth over.

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But before he could inflict further damage on Chennai Super Kings, his stay was cut short by Karn Sharma thanks to the stunning effort from Ravindra Jadeja. The leg-spinner bowled a loopy delivery to the left-handed batsman, inviting him to play a big shot and the latter duly obliged.

However, his effort was bettered by Ravindra Jadeja and du Plessis. The CSK star took a stunning catch at deep mid-wicket while diving parallel to the ground. As he was sliding, the momentum could have made him touch the boundary ropes but before that he threw the ball in the air which was caught by du Plessis.

Here is a clip of that catch: