The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2015 has given some enchanting moments for its fan to cherish. In a game like cricket, a bowler is hardly expected to be a livewire on the field but with the evolving game, the standards of fielding too has taken a new stand. While fielding at mid-wicket, Krishmar Santokie of Jamaica Tallawahs plucked an absolute beauty to get rid of dangerous St Lucia Zouks batsman Kevin Pietersen.

In the eighth match of the ongoing CPL between Zouks and Tallawahs, Zouks were asked to bat first. They lost few early wickets but Pietersen was trying to anchor the innings and looked in a good nick — batting on 26 from 24-balls. The third delivery of the 16th over from Rusty Theron was pitched short and Pietersen attempted a pull over mid-wicket. The ball got a bit of bounce off the track as a result of which, Pietersen failed to get it on the middle of the bat. It flew away from Santokie who in no time sprinted backwards and kept an eye on the ball. After covering a reasonable distance, he dived in his follow through and clinched a beauty with both the hands. These kinds of catches are considered as one of the difficult ones in a game but Santokie judged it to perfection. Zouks’ lost the momentum after this dismissal and only managed 118 runs in their 20 overs.

Later, a blitzkrieg by Tallawah’s skipper Chris Gayle saw the game get over in the 10th over.