Shikhar Dhawan’s catch of Eoin Morgan or Chris Jordan’s catch of KL Rahul, which according to you has been the catch of the recently concluded 3-match T20I series? Also Read - On This Day: Sourav Ganguly And Rahul Dravid Made Their Test Debuts vs England at Lord’s Cricket Ground

Of course, both catches held a lot of importance but which catch was better. Meanwhile, India beat England by 7 wickets to clinch the T20I series 2-1. Also Read - Christopher Columbus-Winston Churchill's Statues Beheaded And Set on Fire For Their Racists Past as Protest Against Systemic Racism Swells in USA-UK

In the Bristol T20I (decider), Jordan covered a long distance from long-on to deep midwicket in order to track down KL Rahul’s miscued hoick and then pulled off an incredible diving grab. Also Read - MS Dhoni is What he is Today Because of His Unbiased Opinions: RP Singh Recalls Selection Meeting Controversy of 2008

On the other hand, Shikhar Dhawan’s superb effort from the second T20I to get rid of English captain Eoin Morgan was stunning as well. Dhawan clung on in the deep to dismiss Eoin Morgan with a magnificent leaping effort on the boundary.

Here are the two catches.

Chris Jordan’s catch:

The Shikhar Dhawan catch:

Both the catches had their own significance. It was important at that stage to get rid of KL Rahul as he was looking ominous and vice-versa. Ironically, both the catches came in losing efforts for their side.

Jordan also took a terrific return catch off his own bowling to dismiss Virat Kohli. The ball was hit like a bullet and it somehow managed to find Jordan’s hands. That too was a terrific catch.

Meanwhile, it was Rohit Sharma’s 100* and Hardik Pandya’s career-best 37 for 4 that ensured there are no slip-ups and India win the series.

India will now take on England in the upcoming 5-match One Day International series starting in 72 hours. The T20Iseries win will give India a lot of confidence ahead of that face-off.