Updated: July 12, 2021 11:36:02 am
Displaying her athletics skills, Deol jumped across the boundary ropes, threw the ball inside, and again dived forward to complete one of the best catches ever taken in women’s cricket.
Deol’s jaw-dropping catch impressed many, including Mahindra group chairman Anand Mahindra. Sharing the video of the catch on Twitter, Mahindra described Deol as the “real Wonder Woman”.
“Nope. Not possible. Couldn’t have happened. Must be some special effects trick. What? It was real? Ok, move over Gal Gadot; the real Wonder Woman is here,” Mahindra tweeted.
Watch the video here:
Nope. Not possible. Couldn’t have happened. Must be some special effects trick. What? It was real? Ok, move over Gal Gadot; the real WonderWoman is here… pic.twitter.com/Cr9STZrVnW
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) July 10, 2021
The video has garnered over 2 million views after being shared on social media. Take a look at some of the reactions here:
Magical moment @gargi2017
— Nishikant shekhar (@Yrnishi) July 10, 2021
Deol 🔥🔥 amazing catch. 👌👌
— Manjunath Naglikar (@manjunathn2) July 10, 2021
catch of the century
— Nimish Inamdar (@iNIMISH) July 10, 2021
A catch is catching the nation’s imagination.
— D Prasanth Nair (@DPrasanthNair) July 10, 2021
Got the goosebumps there! It will be one of those memorable ones. pic.twitter.com/y2jzFi6PX4
— Ameet M Desai (@ameetmdesai) July 10, 2021
Indian women’s team are also not lesser than men’s team. Young players have those fire inside them whether it’s Harleen or Rishabh pant. So glad to see this effort. Moment of tbe decade.💙
— Sagar Shiroya (@sagarshiroya21) July 10, 2021
Never seen a catch taken like this in men’s cricket
— Guryy 🇮🇳 (@shenguryy) July 10, 2021
That Cheetah like leap in the end 🐆 Make her XUV700 brand ambassador.
— Satpal Singh (@Satpal_Singh85) July 10, 2021
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