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Watch: Ravindra Jadeja pulls off a stunning one-handed catch

India entered into the day 2 of the 2nd test with hunger in their tummy. India absolutely dominated the proceedings on day 2 and surprised everyone with their body-language in the field.

The bowlers were accurate and the world’s best limited overs bowler in Jasprit Bumrah silenced his critics by bowling a marathon 10 over spell with utmost accuracy and pace. India took all the 10 wickets of the Kiwis within 2 sessions on day 2.

India well and truly played like a champion side which they are and looked like a team on a mission.

Sir Ravindra Jadeja proves why he is the best fielder in the world

There is no denying the fact that India's genuine all-rounder in Ravindra Jadeja is one of the world’s best fielder at the moment. He is literally everywhere in the field and a captain's delight to say the least. He has taken some outstanding catches over the years and here’s one catch which made the fans and experts to go berserk.

India were struggling to break the 9th wicket partnership between Kyle Jamieson and Neil Wagner, then arose the sir who took a breathtaking catch that took the batsman Neil Wagner by surprise

Fans were excited to witness this catch from Ravindra Jadeja

Kyle Jamieson is the new Sam Curran

When India toured to England in 2018, they were not undone by Alastair Cook, Ben Stokes, Joe Root, James Anderson but a 19 year old Sam Curran absolutely schooled the Indians with both the bat and ball.

Now 2 years later, Kyle Jamieson is replicating what Sam Curran did to India. The towering fast bowler is giving tough time to the Indian batters with the ball in hand and more importantly giving even more pain to the Indian bowlers with the bat in hand. He made 49 runs with the bat and rescued the Kiwis from a very precarious situation to go along with his 5 wickets in the Indian 1st innings.

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