IPL: 5 best catches over the yearsLast updated on Apr 28, 2018, 05:59 pm
The Indian Premier League has given the fans plenty to be thankful for and one of the best attributes of the tournament has been the fielding.
As they say 'catches win matches' and there have been some mind boggling efforts.
Here we look at the best five catches in the history of IPL over the years.
IPL 2010: AB de Villiers goes one handed
The South African stalwart was a key member for the Delhi Daredevils for three seasons before joining Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2011.
In 2010, in a match against RCB, ABD took a blinder in the boundary.
Praveen Kumar made room to spank the ball towards long on region and it looked like a six, until ABD ripped off a stunning one-hand catch.
IPL 2010: David Hussey crops up a stunner
Former England batsman Paul Collingwood of Delhi Daredevils smacked a shot towards long-on against the Kolkata Knight Riders.
David Hussey was placed near the boundary. He missed the initial attempt, but did well to keep the ball in play.
Hussey jumped past the boundary rope to make sure he wasn't in contact with the ball and dived back to take a left-handed stunner.
IPL 2018: Boult's magic
The effort by Kiwi fast bowler Trent Boult is being touted as the best catch in IPL ever.
The DD player was airborne on deep square leg boundary, as he took an one-handed catch with the ball appearing to be heading for six.
The catch by his non-preferred right hand was a dream effort as he landed on his stomach inches from the rope.
Guptill the man
IPL 2017: When Guptill became a superhero
Playing for Kings XI Punjab, Kiwi batsman Martin Guptill thrived with a superb right-handed catch in the boundary area. It was extraordinary.
Mumbai Indians' Lendl Simmons was well set at the crease and he looked to have struck the ball over the long-on boundary.
But Guptill timed his jump to perfection, and plucked the ball out of the air and pull-off a one-handed screamer.
IPL 2016: Suresh Raina pulls a blinder at slips
This is up there as one of the best ever slip catching.
Suresh Raina, playing for the Gujarat Lions in 2016, made an acrobatic effort to get rid of Suryakumar Yadav of KKR.
Dwayne Smith bowled a well places short ball as Yadav tried to be cheeky.
Raina at slips dived towards the left with his right hand high above to take a blinder.