David Hussey Catch To Dismiss Paul Collingwood In IPL 3 KKR vs Delhi Match

David Hussey Catch To Dismiss Paul Collingwood In IPL 3 KKR vs Delhi Match

Some of them are touting this as the catch of the IPL, however, it could possibly be much more than that. The catch taken by David Hussey to dismiss Paul Collingwood was superb at its best.

The ball first went beyond the boundary and was brought back into play by Hussey, after which he jumped back in to take a single handed catch, definitely one of the best pieces of fielding I have seen in a long time. Unfortunately for Kolkata the catch could not save the match and they lost with a huge margin.

Enjoy watching the David Hussey catch to dismiss Paul Collingwood from the KKR vs Delhi match in IPL 3 below through the video.

3 thoughts on “David Hussey Catch To Dismiss Paul Collingwood In IPL 3 KKR vs Delhi Match”

  1. Fantastic catch. But:

    1. Why didn't he catch it on the first attempt? Was he making an easier catch more difficult?

    2. What are the rules about the ball going over the boundary and coming back into play? As long as it doesn't hit the ground?

    3. There have been some other amazing catches on the boundary, even in the IPL this very season. For other sensational boundary catches, see the ones by Justin Kemp and AB de Villiers in the IPL this season, and one by Adam Voges (which is similar to this one) in a 50 over match.

  2. well after match fixing cases and mysterious death of South African Hansie Cronje and Pakistan's cricket coach Bob Woolmer murder..and retirement of Jonathan Neil Rhodes i have stopped watching cricket..but yesterday as i was in the office canteen to get a drink a saw this amazing piece of catch by David Hussey an Australian reminded me of Jonty Rhodes..the catch was really really what to say the best after such a long time..amazing man amazing…10 out of 10 for David Hussey

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