Sarah Taylor's glovework behind the wicket stunned everyone when she pulled off an unthinkable onehanded stumping. The game was between England and South Africa women's team in Worcester.
The hosts lost the game after being restricted to 189-9 in 50 overs. The South African team chased down the target with 7 wickets in hand.
There was nothing much to cheer for the home side after a mediocre batting and bowling performance. But Sarah's stumping was definitely one of the highlights of the game.
Defending 189, England got some hope after they picked two quick wickets of the tourist on just 5 runs. The second dismissal should have been given to the wicket-keeper for her brilliant work. Even collecting the wide delivery by Anya Shrubsole down the leg side was a big ask, but getting a stumping on left spectators open-mouthed. It made the batswoman Sune Luus get back to pavilion on her first ball following the dismissal of the opener Laura Wolvaardt.
England cricket shared the video on their Twitter handle and wrote, "Simply incredible! @Sarah_Taylor30 with the fastest hands in the game."