Chris Jordan took two catches against India in the 3rd T20I at Bristol, which would be remembered for ages. Also Read - Anushka Sharma Shares Funny Video of Virat Kohli, Captions it as, ''Measured Eating''

Jordan first took an outfield catch to send dangerous KL Rahul (19) packing and then he came up with yet another ripper-of-a-catch to get rid of Indian captain Virat Kohli for 43. But that was a little too late as India romped home to victory in the 19th over with 7 wickets in hand. Rohit Sharma scored his 3rd T20I ton to guide India to win the series 2-1. Hardik Pandya too came up with career-best 37/4 in 4 overs to reduce England to 198 in their stipulated 20 overs. Also Read - Virat Kohli is Being Dragged Into Absurd Allegations: Cornerstone CEO on Conflict of Interest Claims

But what we are focusing on in this piece is Chris Jordan’s brilliant catch to get rid of Virat Kohli. Here is the video. Also Read - Selection is Where India Have Gone Wrong in ICC Tournaments: Nasser Hussain

By then Kohli and Rohit had stitched a partnership of 89 runs, which brought India close to victory, before a 14-ball 33 blitz from Hardik Pandya sealed the deal for the visitors. Rohit Sharma was adjudicated the Man of the Match and Series for his good run in the series.

He also became the fifth batsman to breach the 2000-run mark in T20Is. Rohit now is the joint highest T20I century maker along with Colin Munro with 3 centuries each.

Meanwhile, MS Dhoni also made a few records his own, like he became the first wicketkeeper to take 50 T20I catches. By taking 5 catches in the inning, he became the first wicketkeeper to do so.

Earlier, India won the first T20I at Old Trafford convincingly by 8 wickets and 10 balls to spare. With that India took the lead, but then England bounced back to level the series at 1-1, by winning at Cardiff. But India clinched the decider and will now head into the three-match ODI series as the more dominant team.