New Zealand batsman Corey Anderson‘s abilities to clear the fence with ease has had some spectators sitting in the stands to duck for cover but Jatinder Singh pulled off a brilliant one-handed catch during the second One-Day International (ODI) between New Zealand and India at Hamilton.


Jatinder will now earn NZD 100000 for his brilliant reflexes for holding on to of one of the five sixes that the burly Kiwi had wacked during his brilliant cameo towards the end of the innings.


Tui had put up a promotional drive during the cricket season this year in New Zealand, which promised $100,000 to any fan who could attempt a one-handed catch.


Michael Morton had won the prize two weeks prior to this incident, after he similarly executed a spectacular attempt during the final ODI match between New Zealand and the West Indies.