Kolkata Knight Riders pacer Tim Southee grabbed a
brilliant catch to bring an end to Kagiso Rabada’s entertaining innings on Friday.

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Rabada played a quickfire 25 runs knock off 16 balls
with the help of four boundaries and a six after Punjab Kings lost wickets in
regular intervals.

However, in the 20th over, Andre Russell bowled a
slower delivery that Rabada had dabbed but he ended up playing a slice. The
ball went up in the sky. It looked like the ball may land in no man’s land,
Southee came out of nowhere to take a diving catch to send Rabada packing.
Southee covered a long distance. He ran from long-off to mid-on before grabbing a tough catch.

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With Rabada’s dismissal, PBKS were bowled out for 137
in 18.2 overs.

Apart from a brilliant piece of fielding, Southee also
picked up two wickets at the Wankhede Stadium and became the first New Zealand
bowler to take 250 wickets in T20 cricket.

He removed dangerous opener Shikhar Dhawan and the
big-hitting Shahrukh Khan.

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Umesh Yadav was the pick of the bowlers for KKR as he
registered career-best IPL figures of 4/23 to top the Purple Cap chart. Southee
currently stands second behind Umesh Yadav.

Chasing 138 runs target, KKR got off to a tricky start
as they were reduced to 51/4 in seven overs, but Andre Russell’s whirlwind 70
off 31 balls took KKR home with more than five overs and six wickets to spare.

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With this win, KKR have gone to the top of the IPL 2022
points table, with two wins in three matches.

KKR will face Mumbai Indians on April 6 in the fourth
match in IPL 2022.