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[Watch] Uganda Fielder Frank Nsubuga Takes A Stunning Catch To Dismiss Collins

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Uganda cricketer Frank Nsubuga took an outstanding catch in the match between Kenya and Uganda. This match is part of ICC World Cup challenge league 2. Frank Nsubuga pulled off one of the greatest catches of all time. Several cricket fans were amazed with the fielding effort of Frank.

Frank Nsubuga is a 41 years old cricketer from Uganda. Kenya batsman Collins Obuya top edged a delivery from Dinesh Nakrani. Nsubuga ran back, angling in at an awkward angle. He took a great sprint to reach the ball and brought his hands in at the right time.

Nsubuga dived at the end to successfully complete the catch. The International Cricket Council (ICC) also posted a video of the catch on their social media handle. The post captioned,“One of the finest catches you will ever see .Uganda’s Frank Nsubuga over the weekend in @CricketWorldCup Challenge League action.”

 

Catching plays a crucial role in cricket matches.A great catch can completely change the momentum of the game. While a dropped catch can prove to be very costly to the fielding team. Nowadays teams practise a lot to be perfect in fielding.

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Uganda won by seven wickets against Kenya

Uganda defeated Kenya by seven wickets in their clash in Kampala. Uganda successfully chased down the target of 221 runs set by Kenya with seven wickets in hand and 29 balls to spare. Rakep Patel top scored for Kenya while batting first . He scored 72 runs in 72 balls. He anchored the innings brilliantly but didn’t get help from his teammates.

Rizat Ali Shah and Cosmas Kyewuta picked three wickets each. While chasing the target, Simon Ssesazi provided a great start for Uganda. Simon scored 87 runs in 112 balls. Ronak Patel and Dinesh Nakrani too scored a half century. It was an easy win for Uganda in the end.


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