On Sunday, during the match 21 of 11th edition of Indian Premier League, Rajasthan Royals captain Ajinkya Rahane showcased a brilliant example of athleticism and explicit fielding. Till 15 overs, when things were going in favour of Mumbai Indians, Rahane turned things around for his team by running out the opposing captain Rohit Sharma on the very first ball he faced. Facing left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat, Rohit tapped the ball and Rahane, who was around extra-cover, ran like nothing to pick up the leather and throw towards the stump in the motion single-handedly like Jonty Rhodes did to Inzamam-ul Haq in 1992 World Cup. Rohit was certainly livid with himself after getting dismissed. Moreover, Rahane's brilliance in the field also reminds us of Mohammad Kaif's run out to Nick Knight in 2003 World Cup. After the wicket of Rohit, Mumbai could not recover and managed to post 167, which Rajasthan chased down in a thrilling way.