India's wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha is getting much deserving praise for his outstanding work behind the stumps. Saha is considered as one of the most complete wicket-keepers, and he showed it with his skills, proving the decision of team management picking him over Rishabh Pant correct.
Saha not only grabbed outstanding catches, but he also had a say in reviews which turned out to be helpful for the team. The Bengal wicket-keeper put a full stretched dive on the third day to dismiss Theunis de Bruyn who had got a start with 30 on the scorecard.
Umesh Yadav did well to find the outside edge of Bruyn who was pushing hard at the ball. Saha dived in front of the first slip fielder Cheteshwar Pujara and grabbed a catch worth applauding.
Before the wicket-keeper, Indian skipper Virat Kohli had taken a beautiful catch in the fourth slip. His victim was night watchman Anrich Nortje off Mohammad Shami's delivery.
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