Ravi Bishnoi’s Stunning Catch Dismisses Brian Bennett In Third T20I
By CricShots - Jul 10, 2024 7:08 pm
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Ace Indian spinner Ravi Bishnoi showcased his exceptional fielding skills in the ongoing third T20I against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club, pulling off a stunning catch to dismiss Brian Bennett. The pivotal moment occurred in the fourth over of Zimbabwe’s innings, as they were attempting to stabilize after the early dismissals of Wessly Madhevere and Tadiwanashe Marumani.

Ravi Bishnoi
Ravi Bishnoi took a flying catch

Shubman Gill’s strategic decision to bring Avesh Khan back for his second over paid off handsomely when the speedster claimed Bennett’s crucial wicket. Bowling from over the wicket, Avesh delivered a short-of-good-length ball that Bennett aggressively cut towards the off side. However, his shot failed to clear Ravi Bishnoi, who executed a perfectly timed jump to secure a spectacular catch.

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Ravi Bishnoi’s athleticism and sharp reflexes were on full display, ending Bennett’s brief stay at the crease after a five-ball four. Following Bennett’s departure, Zimbabwe’s captain Sikandar Raza joined Dion Myers at the crease, tasked with stabilizing the innings for the Chevrons. Despite the early setbacks, Raza and Myers aimed to steer their team back on track.


Earlier in the match, India had set a formidable target by posting 182 runs, largely due to Shubman Gill’s impressive half-century and a valuable contribution from Ruturaj Gaikwad. As of the latest update, Zimbabwe was struggling at 36 for three in 5.3 overs, with India’s bowlers maintaining a tight grip on the game.

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Bishnoi’s spectacular catch not only highlighted his fielding prowess but also underscored the high standards set by the Indian team in all aspects of the game. With a solid total on the board and early breakthroughs, India looked well-positioned to dominate the match and secure a victory.