India v England: Watch Jos Buttler's brilliant run out of Karun Nair
Paul Collingwood also talks through Buttler's fine fielding...
Last Updated: 27/11/16 1:00pm
Some Jos Buttler brilliance in the field resulted in the run out of Karun Nair on debut during day two of the third Test between India and England in Mohali.
It was a desperately unlucky debut dismissal for Nair, but fine fielding from Buttler who, after a diving stop at backward point, was quickly into position to fire the ball back at the stumps, striking with a direct hit.
Buttler's run out was one of three Indian wickets to fall for just eight runs shortly after the tea interval as England fought back in the final session.
Click on the video above to see Buttler's run-out, and some analyses on it from a man that knows a thing or two about fielding, Paul Collingwood.
Collingwood, in the Sky Sports studio to cover the third Test, took to The Zone to run through the importance of keeping in a crouched position and having a quick release in trying to shave valuable seconds when affecting a run out.
"The key thing is the quick release," said Collingwood. "What you can see Buttler do brilliantly, is he gets up onto his knees quickly, releases the ball straight away and still gets power into the throw.
"You see fielders practice this so often now, they attack the ball so much that they're almost still diving while throwing."
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