New Delhi: Cricket boards across the world might have different opinions about the Indian Premier League (IPL), but undeniably, the cash-rich tournament has provided fans with some breathtaking action year after year.
From some of the biggest sixes, to some of the most unbelievable catches, the tournament has seen it all.
When we talk about the best catches in the history of the tournament, one by Kolkata Knight Riders' Chris Lynn automatically comes to mind.
In one of the matches between Royal Challengers Bangalore and KKR, Kohli's men needed six runs to win off the last three balls. With AB de Villiers at the crease, it looked like an easy task for them.
AB smashed Vinay Kumar's fourth ball towards deep midwicket, where Australia's Chris Lynn jumped in the air backwards and grabbed the catch, but while it looked like he might cross the boundary rope, he made a miraculous adjustment and fell inside it to stun everybody watching it.
Watch the catch here:
Considering the late adjustment made by the Australian while he was still in air, this could possibly be the greatest catch in the tournament's history.