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WTC Final: Steve Smith brilliant catch that broke the hearts of crores of Indian fans

By Akshay - June 12, 2023 12:25 PM

Steve Smith Kohli Catch WTC Final Virat Kohli could not do anything special with the bat on the fifth day of the WTC final and returned to the pavilion after scoring 49 runs. Steve Smith ended Kohli's innings by taking an excellent catch at second slip.

Virat Kohli walking back to the pavilion with his head bowed and heavy steps. Kohli was expected to pull off a 'Virat' miracle on the fifth day of the WTC final, but the former India skipper left the fans disappointed. Steve Smith had a big hand in ending Kohli's innings. The kangaroo fielder jumped in the air at the second slip and caught Virat's matchless catch and gave a big blow to the hopes of crores of fans.

Incredible catch by Smith

Virat Kohli returned to the pavilion after adding just five runs to his yesterday's score. Virat Scott molested the ball going outside and Smith, standing at the second slip, took an excellent catch while jumping in the air. The Australian team celebrated loudly as soon as Smith caught the catch. The disappointment of returning to the pavilion leaving the team in the middle was clearly visible on Virat Kohli's face. Kohli kept walking towards the pavilion with his head bowed without looking here and there.

Jadeja also disappointed

Virat returned to the pavilion and not even a single ball was bowled that Jadeja also walked away leaving the Indian innings in the dark. Bolund did not even give Jaddu a chance to open his account. Jadeja sat on the ball going out of the Kangaroo fast bowler and the ball went straight into the gloves of Alex Carey.

Pujara also flopped

Cheteshwar Pujara, who has been participating in county cricket for a long time in England, also flopped in the second innings of the final match of the World Test Championship. Pujara returned to the pavilion after playing a very bad shot. At the same time, captain Rohit Sharma could not take advantage of the good start and after scoring 43 runs, he became the victim of Nathan Lyon. At the same time, opener Shubman Gill became the victim of a controversial decision by the third umpire. Australia has set a target of 444 runs in front of India to win the WTC final.

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