IND vs SA, 2nd T20: Kohli Takes Stunning One-Handed Catch To Dismiss De Kock

Indian skipper Virat Kohli took a stunning one handed catch to dismiss his South African counterpart Quinton De Kock in the 2nd T20 international at Mohali

There is hardly a moment in India's limited overs matches when Virat Kohli does not produce a moment of magic either with his brilliant stroke-play or superlative fielding.

The extremely athletic Indian skipper produced another jaw dropping moment when he took a stunning one handed catch to dismiss his South African counterpart Quinton De Kock in the 2nd T20 international of the 3-match series at the PCA Stadium in Mohali.

The dismissal could well be a game changing moment as the South African skipper was going all guns blazing, notching up his half ton.

In the 12th over of the match, fielding at mid-off, Kohli showed extreme to run from his position, stretch his hands and pull of an absolute blinder off the bowling off to send De Kock back to the pavilion. From 88/1 in the 12th over, South Africa suddenly lost their way, plummeting to 90/3 in the 13th over.

Just in the next over, it was Jadeja who produced a catch to match Kohli's feat of athleticism. As new batsman Rassie van der Dussen nudged back a delivery to Jadeja, who was bowling the 12th over, he leapt to his right and pulled off the spectacular catch.

Batting first, South Africa eventually registered 149/5 in their allotted 20 overs. Skipper De Kock top scored with 59, while Temba Bavuma chipped in with a well compiled 49.