GIF: Trent Boult Catch to Dismiss Denesh Ramdin in New Zealand vs. West Indies

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterDecember 13, 2013

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - DECEMBER 13:  Trent Boult of New Zealand celebrates after taking the wicket of Darren Sammy of the West Indies during day three of the Second Test match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Basin Reserve on December 13, 2013 in Wellington, New Zealand.  (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)
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Trent Boult had a pretty spectacular game for New Zealand as they beat the West Indies in the second Test in Wellington.

Batting at 11, he made a more-than-useful 38 from 27 balls.

Bowling, he terrorised the West Indies with a match total of 10 wickets for just 80 runs.

And fielding-wise? He did very little to dispel the notion that he was Superman for the day with this leap and grab to dismiss Denesh Ramdin.

GIF

Corey Anderson, the bowler, must have assumed the ball was going for four runs. Not this time.

New Zealand went on to win the match convincingly—triumphing by an innings and 73 runs—to take a 1-0 series lead into the final Test next week.

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