Whoever said Kiwis can't fly clearly hasn't watched them in the Indian Premier League.

Last week it was Blackcaps' paceman Trent Boult, this week it's batsman Colin Munro.

Perched on the square leg boundary, Munro cleanly grabbed a spinning catch over his head while in midair to dismiss the Kolkata Knight Riders' Piyush Chawla.

Munro's catch came close to rival his Blackcaps and Delhi Daredevils teammate Boult, but it didn't quite have the same level of difficulty.

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Delhi Daredevils' Colin Munro hits a six during VIVO IPL cricket T20 match against Kolkata Night Riders. Photo / AP
Delhi Daredevils' Colin Munro hits a six during VIVO IPL cricket T20 match against Kolkata Night Riders. Photo / AP

All in the same, the catch helped secure the Daredevils a win at home against the Knight Riders by 55-runs this morning (NZ time).

Delhi batted first, with opener Munro taking off at a rapid pace knocking up 33 off 18 balls.

His captain, Shreyas Iyer followed from this and put up an unbeaten score of 93 from 40 balls as the Daredevils reached 219-4 from their 20 overs.

Dehli excelled with the ball with Boult taking the early wickets of Suni Narine and Robin Uthappa in the Knight Riders first three overs.

Trent Boult holds the ball as his teammates celebrate the wicket of Kolkata Night Riders' Dinesh Karthik. Photo / AP
Trent Boult holds the ball as his teammates celebrate the wicket of Kolkata Night Riders' Dinesh Karthik. Photo / AP

Boult recorded figures of 2-44 from four overs with the Daredevils restricting the Knight Riders to 164-9 from their 20 overs.

Following the game, Boult is back on top of the IPL wicket-taking standings with 11.

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