The fifth match of the Women’s Premier League is being played between Delhi Capitals and UP Warriors at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Batting first in this match, Delhi Capitals had set a target of 212 runs in front of UP.
WPL 2023: Radha Yadav caught a wonderful catch by diving
In response to this, the batsmen of the UP team who came to chase the target couldn’t able to stay at the crease for long. Recently, a video is becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which Radha Yadav of Delhi Capitals showed Deepti Sharma the way to the pavilion after taking a wonderful catch.
Everyone sitting in the audience in stadium was surprised to see Radha’s amazing catch. Not only this, Deepti Sharma herself was stunned to see this catch.
Watch- Radha Yadav stunning catch
In fact, the UP Warriors team, chasing the target, got the first blow at the score of 29 runs, where captain Alyssa Healy returned to the pavilion after scoring 24 runs in 17 balls. She was got out by Jess Johnson at the hands of Radha Yadav.
After this, UP lost their second wicket for 31 runs, where Kiran Navgire returned to the pavilion after scoring two runs in two balls. She was caught by Jess Johnson at the hands of Alice Capsey.
UP got its third blow on this score, Shweta Sehrawat returned to the pavilion after scoring just 1 run. She was got out by Marijane Cap at the hands of wicketkeeper Tania Bhatia. After this, the pair of Deepti Sharma and Tahila McGrath handled the innings at the crease, but in the 11th over, Deepti Sharma was caught by Radha Yadav off Shikha Pandey.
On the first ball of this over, Deepti hit short towards long on, but the ball went straight in the air and Radha dived at the speed of a leopard and took a brilliant catch with one hand and Deepti returned to the pavilion after scoring 12 runs.
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Seeing this catch of Radha, the eyes of everyone in audience sitting in the stadium were left with eyes open and this video is going fastly viral on social media.