In a brilliant display of fielding, West Indian cricketer Vasbert Drakes caught Canada’s John Davison on the long-on boundary. Davison, who was playing the innings of his life, hit another shot in the air off Wavell Hinds’ bowling.

At first, it seemed that the ball would be heading towards another boundary, but Drakes ran back and jumped behind to pull off a one-handed stunner.

It was a crucial World Cup match, the wicket came as a respite for the West Indies as Davison was at his destructive-best and was batting on 111 off just 76 balls, and had scored the fastest World Cup century in history, hammering half a dozen sixes! Drakes’ agility cut down Davison’s onslaught when Canada, who were cruising at 156 for two in 22 overs, were bowled out for 202.