As the Indian Premier League returns, many onfield actions are back in the limelight. Power hitting and spectacular fielding attempts are one-two aspects that have become synonymous with the cash-rich league. The ongoing second clash between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals brought some similar action on the ground. As Ishan Kishan proved his worth by playing blistering 81-run knock in 48 balls; Delhi Capitals batter Tim Seifert amazed everyone with his spectacular fielding in the match.
After packing Pollard's bag with a full-stretch catch, Seifert's brilliance in fielding was again evident in the 19th over of the first innings. As dangerous Ishan Kishan was going all berserk, he hit pulled the second delivery of Khaleel's over to square leg, which seemed like going past the boundaries. But, Seifert sprinted fast enough towards his left and had to jump high to push the ball back one-hand overhead. Seifert's fabulous attempt earned praise from everyone as the crowd applauded that effort. Although the umpire had to look closely if Seifert's foot was touching the boundary rope, all seemed fine at the end.
However, Ishan Kishan's sizzling knock have helped Mumbai Indians to post a competitive total of 177/5 on board, and Delhi Capitals will have to bring their best game to win the contest.