5 costliest drop catches in IPL history

Virat drops KL Rahul

Virat Kohli dropped Kings XI Punjab's KL Rahul in IPL 2020 twice. KL was first dropped on 83 and then on 89 by Virat Kohli

cwent berserk and scored 43 runs in the next 10 balls. The extra runs proved costly as RCB suffered a defeat in the match.

Ashish Nehra dops Glenn Maxwell

If there is one player you would not want to drop, it is Glenn maxwell. CSK's Ashish Nehra dropped Maxwell at 37 in IPL 2014. The drop proved extremely costly as Maxwell went on to score 94 as Punjab chased the target of 206 with six wickets in hand.

Virat Kohli drops David Miller

Virat dropped the dangerous David Miller at a score of 41 in IPL 2013. Kings XI Punjab were struggling in a massive chase and lost 4 wickets inside 10 overs, need in 127 runs in 10 overs.

David Miller latched onto the opportunity presented by Kohli, smashing a century in just 38 balls. David Miller helped Punjab to win from a hopeless situation.

Dale Steyn drops Yusuf Pathan

Dale Steyn dropped the big fish Yusuf Pathan in IPL 2014. Pathan was dropped on the first ball he faced by Anirudh Srikanth. He was then dropped by Steyn on 15.

Yusuf Pathan made Sunrisers Hyderabad pay as he went on to smash 72 in 22 balls. He also scored 26 runs off Dale Steyn in one over after the drop catch. KKR won the match by 4 wickets.

RP Singh drops Manish Pandey

Deccan Chargers' RP Singh dropped RCB's Manish Pandey in IPL 2009. Manish Pandey was just 2 when he was dropped at third man.

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Manish Pandey went berserk and scored 114 in 73 balls, ensuring a win for RCB. Pandey also became the first Indian to score a century in IPL.