After falling victim to an incredible catch by Australian pacer Ellyse Perry on day one, Sarah Taylor produced her own bit of magic on the second day of the ongoing Women’s Ashes Test.
Standing up to Anya Shrubsole, Taylor showed incredible reactions to snaffle a thick outside edge and get rid of Australia’s batter Elyse Villani.
Not only did the fans in the stadium lauded the English wicket-keeper, Twitter was in a frenzy post-Taylor’s stunning catch.
Here are some of the Twitter reactions:
— Kate Cross (@katecross16) November 10, 2017
🤔. Bloody good catch
— Alyssa Healy (@ahealy77) November 10, 2017
More Sarah Taylor magic by the stumps. Someone needs to make a montage https://t.co/QCIoh9yBK7
— Nick Elliott (@NickElliott91) November 10, 2017
— Kris Temple (@kristemple) November 10, 2017
— Vithushan Ehantharajah (@Vitu_E) November 10, 2017
I understand female fast bowlers aren't as express as the men's but crikey how on earth did Sarah Taylor catch this. Unbelievable ability. https://t.co/CNf1KBFWeX
— Freddie Cocker (@freddiec1994) November 10, 2017
Sarah Taylor is a genius https://t.co/ogiBgHasfc
— Phil Smith (@Phil__Smith) November 10, 2017
Sarah Taylor’s hands are so fast that they are the only thing in the universe capable of escaping the gravitational pull of a black hole.
— Dan Liebke (@LiebCricket) October 29, 2017
Sarah Taylor is the best damn keeper in the game. https://t.co/kC2GweXjOH
— Moth (@MrMoth) November 10, 2017
Sarah Taylor is as good a wicket-keeper as you’ll see – well better than Matt Wade at least!
— Ian McCullough (@IanMac08) November 10, 2017
Sarah Taylor's hands are so fast that they can do the Kessel Run in 11 parsecs.
— Mike 🌹 #FBPJB (@mikebirty) November 10, 2017
Sarah Taylor is a genius
— Mark 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 (@chislehurst) November 10, 2017
— Hannah Brookes (@HannahB1989) November 10, 2017
Utterly utterly astonishing from the lovely sloe-eyed Sarah. I've not seen reflexes like hers in any keeper I can recall. Stumper-catcher in a million. Rock on!!
— Allan F (@Loupgris2016) November 10, 2017
— Benny (@mis4nthrope) November 10, 2017