Dean Jones shared a video of a cat pulling off outstanding catches.© Twitter
Cat-like reflexes is an adjective which is usually used to explain sportspersons with outstanding flexibility and agility. However, many individuals nonetheless marvel why and the way, off all of the animals, cats grew to become the trademark of flexibility and agility. Well to get your reply you do not have to look any additional than the video shared by former Australia cricketer Dean Jones. The cricketer-turned-commentator tweeted a video of a cat showcasing superior reflexes and pulling off catches for enjoyable, by timing its bounce to perfection — one thing which a few of the well-established fielders fail to do on sure events. In the video, the cat is offered with the identical problem on three events and it comes out with flying colors on every event.
While sharing the video, Jones noticed that he has seen worst fielders.
“I have seen worst fielders I can assure you! #whatacatch #gothim,” Dean Jones captioned the video, which generated greater than eight lakh views on the micro-blogging website.
Here’s the video:
— Dean Jones AM (@ProfDeano) August 4, 2020
Indian commentator Harsha Bhogle was additionally mighty impressed by the excellent reflexes of the pet animal, particularly the best way it pulled off the second catch. “That second catch!” Bhogle responded to the video.
Impressed by the video, some Chelsea and Manchester United followers even joked that it has all of the traits to switch their present goalkeepers Kepa Arrizabalaga and David de Gea, who disenchanted each one with a few of their errors, which costed their respective groups dearly.
What about de gea’s substitute?
— Nongthombam Siddhartha (@SidwithoutH) August 5, 2020
A fan was so impressed that he likened the cat to former South Africa cricketer Jonty Rhodes — who’s considered one of the best fielder to have ever performed the sport of cricket.
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