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IPL 2022: Tim Seifert takes a flying catch to dismiss Mumbai Indians Kieron Pollard

The second match of the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League was between 2020 finalists, Mumbai Indians, and Delhi Capitals, During the first innings of Mumbai Indians, Tim Seifert produced a stunning moment in the match with his brilliant piece of fielding as he caught a brilliant catch diving to his left at short mid-wicket to dismiss dangerous Kieron Pollard.

In the second match of IPL 2022 between Delhi Capitals (DC) and Mumbai Indians at Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. Delhi Capitals won the toss and opted to bowl first on the Brabourne wicket. For Mumbai, their openers provided a solid start to the team by adding 67 runs for the opening wicket. However, left-arm china-man Kuldeep Yadav provided important breakthroughs for his team as he dismissed Rohit Sharma and AnmolpreetΒ Singh.

Kuldeep also sent Kieron Pollard back to the hut for just three runs and thanks to a brilliant Tim Seifert who produced a stunning piece of fielding to dismiss dangerous Pollard cheaply. On the fifth ball of the 16th over of the first innings, Kuldeep Yadav bowled a short-pitched slow delivery to Pollard and he tried to play an aerial shot towards mid-wicket. Seifert was stationed at short mid-wicket and he caught a stunning catch diving to his left to leave Mumbai fans disappointed.

IPL 2022: Tim Seifert takes a flying catch to dismiss Mumbai Indians Kieron Pollard

Earlier today, After opting to bowl first, Delhi capitals fielded only two overseas players in their Playing XI in form of Tim Siefert and Rovman Powell, which is only the second time in an IPL history that a Team has fielded only 2 overseas players in a match, the first one being KKR.

Mumbai Indians scored 177 for 5 in their allotted 20 overs thanks to a wonderful inning of 81 of 48 from Ishan Kishan which also included 2 sixes, for the Capitals Kuldeep was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets which also included the wicket of Mumbai’s skipper Rohit Sharma. In reply to at one point chase, Delhi was struggling 104 for 6 but a partnership of 72 from 30 between Axar Patel and Lalit Yadav took Delhi over the line with 4 wickets and 10 balls to spare.


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