Sarah Taylor of England's women cricket team has added another super stumping to her cricket life as she stumped Sune Luus on a duck. Her extraordinary effort from behind the wickets was praised by Australian legendary wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist. He has declared Sarah Taylor as the 'Best in the World' on his Twitter account.
The wicket of Sune Luus was not enough to stop South African women to clinch victory over England. They lost the match by 7 wickets and the next game is to be played today at Hove cricket ground.
Lisa Sthalekar also took Twitter to praise England's women cricketer as from the past few matches, the cricketer has been playing very aggressive cricket.
Sarah Taylor has played in 207 matches across all the three formats. She made her debut in 2006 and since then she is known as the best women wicket-keeper batsman in the world.
After the ODI series against South Africa, England is going to be part of a Tri-series involving New Zealand and South Africa as well. Her presence in the team will be really important as she is an experienced player.