The ongoing Road Safety World T20 continues to give the fans moments to cherish. The star-studded contest between India Legends and England Legends produced another breathtaking moment in Raipur on Tuesday.
'Superman' Naman Ojha
After England got off to a flying start, Sachin Tendulkar's side was desperately looking for a breakthrough. It is then wicketkeeper Naman Ojha produced a magical moment on the field. With the score reading 45-0, Munaf Patel bowled a good delivery outside the off stump as England Legends opener Phil Mustard tried to nudge the bowl towards the third man. However, former Indian cricketer Naman Ojha flew in the air and dived towards his left to take a mind-boggling catch, sending Mustard (14) back to the pavilion.
At the time of writing the news, England were 100/1 after 9 overs with Kevin Pietersen batting on 57 off 25 and Dareen Maddy holding the other end with a 16-ball 17. It is worth noting that the India Legends currently top the points table while England sit at the third spot.
Watch the catch here:
Naman Ojha's career
The 37-year-old has represented India in 1 Test, 1 ODI and 2 T20Is in his career. Ojha has also played 113 IPL matches for Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals) and Sunrisers Hyderabad. The wicketkeeper-batsman announced his retirement from all formats of cricket on 15 February 2021.