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    Yowza! A snapshot of some of the best catches in IPL 6

    • Gurkeerat Singh took a stunning catch at square leg diving to his right full stretch to get rid of Ross Taylor for 15 runs. (BCCI)

    • Ricky Ponting held a blinder at extra cover to dismiss Delhi Daredevils opener Unmukt Chand off the first ball of an unsuccessful chase at the Wankhede Stadium. (BCCI)

    • Mitchell Marsh held an excellent catch himself in the same match on the edge of the long-on boundary, recovering to take it over his head and then tumbling down hard. (BCCI)

    • Rajasthan Royals' Ajit Chandila displayed fine reflexes at mid-off to catch AB de Villiers excellently during the match against RCB in Bangalore. (BCCI)

    • Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock impressed behind the stumps in his few matches. Here, he takes a top-edged swirler running back to third man to get rid of Mandeep Singh. (BCCI)

    • CSK's Michael Hussey came up with a superb diving catch at third man to get rid of KKR captain Gautam Gambhir at Eden Gardens. (BCI)

    • Ben Rohrer plucked off a spectacular catch at point to dismiss KKR's Jacques Kallis for 12. (BCCI)

    • Rahul Dravid may be the oldest player in the IPL but he can still be nimble if required so. Robin Uthappa of Pune Warriors slightly mistimed a stroke and Dravid first stretched his hand and then his body to take a wonderful catch at short midwicket. (BCCI)

    • KKR's Laxmi Ratan Shukla took the first stunner of the IPL 6 season by completing a catch running in from deep point to remove Manpreet Juneja for 8. (BCCI)

    • Kieron Pollard stretched his left hand upwards at the long on fence to pluck a catch out of nowhere to leave batsman Shaun Marsh, Mumbai fielders and the crowd stunned. (BCCI)

    • Mayank Agarwal judged this outfield catch of CSK's S Badrinath to perfection, diving forward and taking the ball inches off the ground. (BCCI)

    • Rishi Dhawan's catch of Mitchell Marsh was simply brilliant. Running around to his right from deep cover, he lost the ball as it came down but held it with an outstretched hand. (BCCI)

    • RCB bowler Vinay Kumar held on to a sharp return catch to dismiss David Warner during his team's Super Over win over Delhi Daredevils. (BCCI)