WATCH | Manan Vohra shows off incredible ability to save a six against SRH
Manan Vohra was at deep square leg when Kane Williamson smashed Ishant Sharma and the ball looked destined to cross the ropes. The Punjab fans would have been well within their rights to groan, but Vohra timed his jump to perfection, caught the ball in mid-air and threw it back into play.
Having already scored 14 runs off 4 balls, in the 19th over, Ishant Sharma decided to go short outside off to the Kiwi. Williamson, who had already made his move towards the off stump somehow managed to get enough bat on it to guide it towards the square leg boundary and would have assumed he was going past 20 with a ball to spare in the over, but Vohra had other plans.
Vohra jumped as high as he could with his feet almost at the boundary ropes and caught the ball at the highest possible position. He then had the presence of mind to just throw the back into play saving a valuable 4 runs for his team.
While we have already seen some great efforts from Rahul Chahar's over the boundary save to Trent Bout's diving catch, Vohra's effort surely gets a mention among those that his peers pulled off.